I love this series of blog posts, it all started a year or two ago when I took the family to Warwick Castle which was a brilliant day out and I thought I would create a bunch of activities to go along with it. Since then I have also covered Ancient Egypt too so this is our third historical adventure.Read More
love being inspired and I took loads of inspiration from this film and that old school circus vibe. I like to take inspiration and run with and create something new and unique. Here I am a few years back presenting my take on spinning plates, this gets a brilliant reaction at parties.Read More
Hello and welcome to another new theme here at Wonder Kids, make sure you take a couple of minutes to try some of the ideas we have linked to below or try using the search bar for finding brilliant activities you can use at home or at a birthday party.Read More
Im back! Not for long though I'm afraid, im still working on the studio space, I can't wait to share with everyone what I have created. With the whole country getting excited about the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry (Henry) to Meghan Markle I thought I would come up with a bunch of great ideas for fun at home whilst you have the wedding on the TV or fun you can do before you pop out to one of the many public events going on around the country.Read More
It’s time to get pre-historic and have some more fun with dinosaurs. This week we are going to share some great dinosaur themed snacks and treats. July is a super busy month for us, we have nearly 20 school shows to perform my Magic Show at plus dozens of birthday parties around Gloucestershire and we have started a new colouring competition too where you can win this amazing magic set. This is the biggest prize we have ever given away! The colouring competition is open to all kids under the age of 13yrs in the U.K.Read More
Welcome to another brand new series covering Dinosaur fun, much like pirates dinosaurs never seem to really go out of fashion but it does have spikes in popularity. Over the next few blog posts we are going to cover dozens of fun crafts, games, recipes and party ideas you can use to either throw an amazing Dino Party or just have some fun at home with your little Triceratops.Read More
I have a couple of bonus ideas for our Knights and Knaves theme. Have you tried using the search bar at the top of the page to find hundreds of cool ideas to keep the kids amused and creative. This week it's all about this super cool and simple Catapult. Try the buttons below for all of our fun from the whole of September!Read More
Now you have a dragon mask, have the kids grab their Jousting pipes and play tag, the first person to tag the dragon with their pipe then becomes the dragon and the game continues until everyone has had a turn.
We are not done yet! How about some proper British food to go with all this quintessential Brittishness?Read More
This month we have a brand new theme of Knights and Knaves. The UK has an amazing history, history that not only changed and defined our own great nation but then those same ideas spread to many other nations around the world too.Read More
We are going to try something new now on Wonder Kids, we are going to create a series of posts looking back in time at some of the most interesting historical civilisations and periods. To kick off we are going with the Ancient Egyptians.Read More
This week I am going to show you some great party ideas for either a Coco based party or a Day of the Dead Party/ Día de Muertos Fiesta. First I love the colours with this, such a lovely well to celebrate your ancestors and family, those that have come before you, check out this great colourful tables for great ideas.
We all Stand on the Shoulders of GiantsRead More
It’s a brand new month and we are about to get Mexican! Never visited the country myself but I love the stories, myths and energy from them, plus I love a lot of their food too! There used to be a Mexican restaurant in the previous town I lived in that had great dishes with crocodile meat and really unusual meats which was great.Read More
Halloween in the U.K is an odd time of year. It's certainly a bigger event than it was when I was a kid but it's by no means mainstream and it doesn't even start to compete with Christmas or Easter. One of the major hiccups is the whole trick or treat tradition, which doesn't go down well here. First the weather is normally freezing cold and wet and then having random strangers knocking on your door is not a very British thing to enjoy, it's really weird for us.Read More