Entries by Jessica

Birthday Party Idea – Little Messy Learners! 

Have you been looking for the perfect Birthday Party Idea but keep getting stuck with the same soft play and bouncy castle ideas? We have you covered! Here at Little Messy Learners, we pride ourselves on our completely tailored birthday parties! Birthday Party Idea that your Little Messy Learners will LOVE! Below are 5 points […]

My Franchise Journey

Hey all, my name Is Jess and I own Little Messy Learners Wyndham & Hobsons Bay and I wanted to tell you about My Franchise Journey. I first heard about Little Messy Learners when researching messy play classes for my children. My older two girls are only 14 months apart and I really struggled to […]

 First Messy Play Class? Survival Guide! 

So you’ve taken the leap and booked your little one into their First Messy Play Class. Hooray! There is seriously so much fun for both you and bub to have, but a few things to know first.  Expect to get messy. Yes, it’s a class for kids, but you’re going to want to get in […]

DIY Pine Cone Bouquet

Pine Cones are such a great item to utilise in arts and crafts! The shape and texture of them is so satisfying and great to identify certain marks! We at Little Messy Learners always finding ways to repurpose things and make amazing keepsakes you can treasure forever! Take a look at this beautiful DIY Pine […]

Easter Egg Threading

Super easy activity to make some Easter craft while building our fine motor skills, hand eye coordination and concentration. All you need is: Egg print out (Available FREE here https://littlemessylearners.com.au//shop/) Colored paper cut into strips   With a stanly knife cut some verticel lines down the shape of the egg. Encourage child to weave different […]

DIY Party Poppers

“This will never work.” I said, as I pulled back the balloon and covered the kitchen in confetti.” Maybe I’m still recovering from the Covid toilet paper crisis, but I have an abundance of loo rolls in my house and I feel like they should be used. Some inspiration and a few hours on pintrest […]

Christmas Bauble Mark Making

Oh I loved doing this with the kids. This is the perfect messy play and mark making activity to me. The best bit is you don’t need to decorate for Christmas as your house will be covered in glitter and sparkling until next year! Probably an outside activity if you don’t love glitter as much […]

Sock Snowman

This activity was inspired by one child pulling out a dirty sock from the washing pile and putting it on her hands, while the other was crying as she couldn’t find her Olaf toy. Necessity is the Mother of invention and so the sock snowman was created. Clean socks were used in this process!  What […]

Anzac Day Poppies

A simple little Anzac Day craft to make some poppies at home. I printed these on red paper, however you could easily let children color and decorate them as an extra step. It’s a great activity to to practice little ones scissor skills, cutting arch shapes of the circles and straight lines for the fringing […]

How to make Salt Dough

Salt dough is a great activity that gets to be done in stages. I love an activity that gets to combine multiple skills and keeps children engaged in different steps. Salt Dough is great for making festive decorations or hand prints of baby’s hands. Ingredients 2 cups of flour 1 cup of salt 1 cup […]