Keep growing with Go-Go
with these fun activities to do at home!
What Am I Eating?
Raid the cupboards to find fun items for your little one to taste, such as honey, soy sauce, mustard, marshmallows, etc. Blindfold your child and
Blow up some balloons and try out these fun and silly games together! Penguin Waddle – Place a balloon between your knees and waddle across
Create colourful paper tile mosaics inspired by ancient Roman artworks! Cut small squares and other shapes from coloured paper. Bring out glue and plain paper
A perfect activity to do together with your little one! Great for creating keepsakes or personalized gifts. All you need is flour, salt, and water!
Button Flower Art
Brighten up your day with some colourful spring-time art made with buttons! These flowers make perfect cards or framed art! Glue some coloured buttons of
Reaction Time Ruler
Learn about reaction time with this easy science project! All you need is a ruler! Have your child sit in a chair or stand with
Introduce your little one to abstract art creating self portraits inspired by Picasso’s own artwork! Ensure you have lots of colors available for drawing and
Making invisible ink is a lot of fun! You can pretend you’re a secret agent as you keep all your secret codes and messages hidden
Here’s a perfect sensory bottle or calming jar craft that kids of all ages will love! Ingredients: Jar Paint Cotton Balls Water Glitter Start by
Paper Plate Yarn Art
Simple, fun, and cheap! This craft is easy to prepare and can be done using any shape your little one desires. Cut a shape such
NO BORAX, NO GLUE! Easy homemade slime activity that is similar to a fluffy slime, but with its own unique texture. Start with a bowl
Paper weaving is a simple and inexpensive way to teach your little ones the basics of weaving. Weaving helps kids with fine motor skills, patterning,