Yesterday we shared our eggstremely cute Spring eggs to keep your young people busy over this weekend. Click here to have a go at creating your own Spring eggs.
These easy Bunny Nose Masks are a great spring craft and also really simple!
Encouraging your children and young people to get involved in arts and crafts can really benefit their physical and social development. Plus it's a great way to allow them to express themselves. Getting crafty can help bring out any hidden emotions.
So, let's hop to it!
During the Summer of 2019 an article was released from an interview with a young carer whose situation had become so desperate that she felt like there was no option but to ‘put herself into foster care’. At age 15, Laura Kinsley, spent nine months in foster care after not receiving adequate support. Read more here.
1. To make your bunny’s teeth, cut out a rectangle in your white paper. You can either draw a line down the middle to make teeth or cut a line halfway down the middle. Dab a small amount of glue to the top of your popsicle stick and attach the teeth. Tip – use our picture to help!
2. We used two large pom poms as rabbit cheeks! Glue them over the top part of your teeth so you can no longer see the top of the rectangle.
3. Grab your mini pom pom and glue it in between your large pom pom’s, this makes the cute bunny nose!
4. Lastly, cut your pipe cleaners into three equal lengths and dab some glue to the back of your popsicle stick. Don’t forget to bend your pipe cleaners so they are pointing in different directions!
We're pleased that you would like to register your interest in fostering with Futures Group.
To give your application the best chance please ensure you meet the prerequisites below:
We're always looking for foster carers from different cultural, religious and racial backgrounds, single people, couples (whether married or living together, with or without children). Together we can make a difference to children's lives.