Tuesday, 15 May 2018

4 Kid Friendly Royal Wedding Activites

The time has come for another Royal Wedding! Whether you're a royalist or not there's no avoiding the hype that surrounds the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The marriage of a British prince to an American actress has got the world excited and many are braced to watch the wedding on Saturday! 

Are you having a watching party like Mammaprada? Do you want a couple of activities to keep the kids busy? Maybe you're doing a Royal theme with your Brownies, or maybe you're a Home Educator that wants to do some Royal wedding themed craft or activities on the run up to the big day?

Well, here's an easy four!

Flatlay showing felt tips, a wordsearch, princess stencils and a crown and flag decorated

The first activity is to design a flag in honour of Harry and Meghan. 

The decorated flag with felt tips laid beside it

To do this I bought small fabric flags and fabric pens from Baker Ross. I also used a crown template from the Disney Princess stencils that I picked up from Poundland. My Brownies really loved making their flags and they got very creative! If you don't have fabric pens and a plain flag, normal felt tips or crayons and a piece of card will do. 

Another great activity that I bought from Baker Ross are these tiaras.

Card crown decorated

Add gems, glitter, flowers and colour in to make your own unique tiara.

The final two activities are paper based. One being a design a wedding dress colouring activity. I found the cute printable over at SparkleBox.

Printables showing a wordsearch and a wedding dress colouring sheet

The other activity is a wordsearch. These are a great spare activity when you need a quiet few moments or all the other crafts are done and the kids are looking for something more to do. I create all our wordsearches using the Discovery puzzle page here.

Whatever you have planned, have a great Royal Wedding weekend!!!

Mummy Snowy Owl

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