More of this beautiful weather please. With the children beginning their summer holidays I am on the lookout for how best to keep them both active and creative. I’m delighted to announce I will be working with BEAR Nibbles over the coming months, as BEAR really understands how to make being healthy a little bit easier and a whole lot tastier.
BEAR believes in going the extra mile to ensure kids are both healthy and happy and has recently launched its Little Paws Outdoors Campaign, in partnership with The Wildlife Trusts, to make it a little bit easier and a whole lot more exciting to get playing and exploring in the great outdoors. BEAR snacks are simply baked fruit with no added nonsense, My children love the Paws variety, especially the raspberry and blueberry ones, and they are the perfect size for snacking whilst out and about or putting in a school lunch box.
Have you seen the packs of Paws which contain 3 Outdoor Alphabet cards inside each box? With a colourful letter on one side and fun nature inspired activity on the other, you’ll be reaching for the boxes on your shopping trips.
My children want to collect every letter so they can spell out their names – which is fine by me as it’s the perfect snack for little adventurers with no added sugar and never from concentrates! Lucky that Paws have no added nonsense and make the perfect snack for little adventurers!
We’ve already collected a few Outdoor Alphabet cards and my children were excited to try one of the activities. This week we had fun with the Hide and Seek activity to make a camo headband. The instructions were really clear which meant my 6 year old had no trouble reading or following them. We made a cardboard headband and added bird feathers – the perfect activity to keep him occupied, especially after our recent trip to see the new Swallows and Amazons film. Take a look at the little video I made with my 6 year old.
You can find out more at http://paws.bearnibbles.co.uk/twt and don’t forget to follow @Follow_The_Bear.