How To Make A Fun Low -cost Festival Headband

Are you celebrating summer fun at a festival this year?  Rather than spend £10 or more on a headpiece at the festival, why not make your own low-cost version? Your bright and colourful headpiece will also help you get spotted more easily in festival crowds. This activity helps to develop your child’s fine motor skills, colour recognition and can also help with physical development.  Make your creation stand out by using coloured materials to make it fun and bright. The headpiece can be used on other occasions too, such as weddings and parties.

 Here is our step by step video:


Fun Summer Festival Facts And Jokes:

1. Pteronophobia is the fear of being tickled by feathers!

2.When traveling through water, sound moves around four times faster than when it                 travels through air.

Q: What musical instrument is found in the bathroom?

A: A tuba toothpaste.

Q: What did 0 say to 8?

A: Nice belt!

Q: What genre of music are balloons scared of?


Q: What do you call a cow that can play a instrument?

A: Moo-sician



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.

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