How To Make A Children’s Summer Festival Bracelet

To celebrate summer fun, friends and festivals, we have created this brightly coloured fun festival friendship bracelet for you to make with your friends and family. Make it into a friendship bracelet or keyring. This activity helps to develop your child’s fine motor skills, colour recognition and can also help with emotional development as they can share this activity with friends.  Use coloured ribbons to create a fun and bright creation and show and share your festival bracelet with your friends and family.

 Here is our step by step video:

Fun Summer Festival Jokes:

Q: What is the best day to go to the beach?           A: Sunday, of course!

Q: Why do bananas use sunscreen?                         A:Because they peel.

Q: What does the sun drink out of?                          A:Sunglasses

Q: What did the ocean say to the sailboat?            A: Nothing it just waved.

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Follow our blog for more exciting activity ideas to do at home to help inspire your child.

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Here’s to inspiring futures.

Your Creation Station team.

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