Get your activities going with this great bundle.
This pack offers some wonderful opportunities for times of reminiscence and social engagement with others and contains a selection of activities which can be used for one to one, small and large group activity sessions.
So, whether it’s a coffee morning with I little art therapy and a game of pairs, or an afternoon of playing Bingo and enjoying a puzzle or two this Guy Fawkes/Bonfire Night themed pack is sure to have something for all.
Pairs Card Game – Guy Fawkes
This set of thirty A6 pairs cards depict images of Bonfire Night. Perfect for evoking memories of this time of year.
Guy Fawkes Activity and Puzzle Pack
These activities and puzzles are ideal for people with dementia in promoting an association with this time of year. An ideal activity resource for evoking memories of times spent with family and friends around the bonfire and enjoying the fireworks. The activities and puzzles featured include wordsearches, name 6, word pairs, and many more. Topics include food and drink, the history of Guy Fawkes, fireworks plus many more.
Use with dry wipe markers.
Colouring Cards and Crayons Set
Set of A4 colouring cards with different pictures that all relate to Bonfire Night. Pack of colouring crayons are included. With each picture set in its own border, this is an ideal and therapeutic activity for all abilities. The colouring cards are also suitable for use with felt pens. Pack includes a plastic wallet for easy storage. Ideal for photocopying.
Guy Fawkes/Bonfire Night Quick Pic Bingo Game
This game pack consists of twelve A4 laminated bingo boards, twenty A5 bingo calling cards showing bright and colourful images related to Bonfire Night, sixty foam bingo counters and an instruction sheet. Each game lasts approximately 15 minutes making this an ideal activity for people with dementia.
A5 calling cards are also ideal as conversational prompts in a reminiscence type activity.
This activity bundle is not a children’s toy.
Warning – Contains small parts – Choking Hazard.
Responsible adult supervision is required.