Baker Ross Crafts

We recently become part of the Baker Ross Blogger Network, and I am absolutely delighted about it. Emily loves messy play, arts and crafts, and sensory play. I've always been a big believer in doing activities with children, I don't think that age matters, there is always something suitable to do with them. The box of crafts included lots of different things, which I am looking forward to using with Emily. 
Coloured party bags | Foam snap-on bracelets | Jumbo paint pads | Rainbow foam stickers
Fluorescent soft modelling dough| Dinosaur stampers | Alphabet dough cutters

I don't want to overwhelm Emily with too many activities at once, so I am going to break these posts down into a couple of little ones. The dinosaur stampers are the perfect size for little hands, Emily was able to grip them with ease, and push them down into the paint. she really enjoyed looking at the different shapes. There was a variety of different dinosaurs on the stampers, which kept Emily's attention. Whenever she showed signs of getting bored, I added another dinosaur stamper to the mix, with a different colour paint, and she loved it all over again. I personally think that this activity is brilliant for Emily's age (9 months). The other thing I really like about these dinosaur stampers are they made from washable foam. It is really easy to wash the paint off the stampers once you have finished the activity, meaning you can use them again another time. I did think about using the giant stamper to create a picture using the dinosaur stampers, but It didn't work out very well. However the giant ink pad is perfect to create handprints and footprints.

As you can see Emily absolutely loved this activity, she really enjoyed making a mess and using the dinosaur stampers. They are really reasonably priced too at £3.99 for a pack of 10. 

*I wasn't paid for this post. I received the item for the review purposes. However all opinions are completely my own.*

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