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We design magical experiences and are dedicated to creative play through storytelling, crafting and enchanted minds. Everything we design and make holds these core values. Unforgettable magical memories and materials that last a lifetime and are cherished beyond childhood.

Toadstools and Tippytoes. offer the perfect way to spread the fairy magic of creativity and immersive play far and wide, through a fantastic range of craft and creative play kits.

At Toadstools and Tippytoes we offer a bespoke events service to add a touch of fairy magic to any type of corporate events, from parties to launches to marketing .

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Creativity is intelligence having fun – Albert Einstein
Your child is already a creative genius !

Children start to demonstrate their creativity from at least the age of one by exploring objects using their senses to taste touch and feel.

I believe all children are creative, it’s part of their nature. But is there a way to make them even more creative?  Science suggests there is – here are few ideas based on the latest research.

Be creative when you’re around your child. A recent study showed that highly creative parents have highly creative children. So it’s much more likely that children learn to be creative from their parents.So if you want your child to be creative, it’s a good idea to make the effort to be creative yourself and ofcourse have fun.

Watch magical films with your child.

Challenge your child to a dance-off. (One of my favourites)

Give freedom! studies have found that when parents have a high level of demands for their children – and at the same time fail to be responsive to their kids’ own ideas – children end up with lower levels of creativity. But if parents are less demanding but more responsive to their children creativity increases.

Arts and crafts engage multiple brain areas simultaneously and
improve bilateral coordination between the left and right sides of
the brain, leading to immediate and future cognitive development.

Activities like arts and crafts accelerate the development of muscles
in the hands and fingers, improving fine motor skills that are
essential for school success in the early years.

Arts and crafts promote rich social interactions that help develop
language skills and social cognitive abilities like understanding
emotions.

Creative activities are a great way to bond with children and create
lasting memories.

A recent survey showed 90% of parents said that they would like to spend more time creating arts and crafts with their children, but they didn’t know where to start.

We would love to hear from you to help and inspire others to be creative leave us a message if you enjoyed this little read or any ideas we can all share.

throughachildseyes #magicinthedetails #freespirtedchildhood #childofnatu
Creativity is intelligence having fun – Albert Einstein Your child is already a creative genius !  Children start to demonstrate their creativity from at least the age of one by exploring objects using their senses to taste touch and feel.  I believe all children are creative, it’s part of their nature. But is there a way to make them even more creative? Science suggests there is – here are few ideas based on the latest research.  Be creative when you’re around your child. A recent study showed that highly creative parents have highly creative children. So it’s much more likely that children learn to be creative from their parents.So if you want your child to be creative, it’s a good idea to make the effort to be creative yourself and ofcourse have fun.  Watch magical films with your child.  Challenge your child to a dance-off. (One of my favourites)  Give freedom! studies have found that when parents have a high level of demands for their children – and at the same time fail to be responsive to their kids’ own ideas – children end up with lower levels of creativity. But if parents are less demanding but more responsive to their children creativity increases.  Arts and crafts engage multiple brain areas simultaneously and improve bilateral coordination between the left and right sides of the brain, leading to immediate and future cognitive development.  Activities like arts and crafts accelerate the development of muscles in the hands and fingers, improving fine motor skills that are essential for school success in the early years.  Arts and crafts promote rich social interactions that help develop language skills and social cognitive abilities like understanding emotions.  Creative activities are a great way to bond with children and create lasting memories.  A recent survey showed 90% of parents said that they would like to spend more time creating arts and crafts with their children, but they didn’t know where to start.  We would love to hear from you to help and inspire others to be creative leave us a message if you enjoyed this little read or any ideas we can all share.  throughachildseyes #magicinthedetails #freespirtedchildhood #childofnatu