Imaginative Play "On the Fly" - Modern Parents Messy Kids
I’m posting over at momtastic today on how to seize the moment for spontaneous fun. Be sure to check it out for all the details on the above photo. And when you’re done over there, come on back for more creative indoor play activities to add to your arsenal. The lego ski resort and the …
Recycled Art Sculpture | Mystery Box Challenge | TinkerLab
Use your cast off cardboard, egg cartons, plastic cups, and costume jewelry to make these fun recycled art sculptures.
Under the Sea Crafts and Learning Activities for Kids
Under the Sea Crafts for kids. How to Make fish crafts, under the sea crafts, and learning activities for kids
Manualidades para Niños. Manualidades Infantiles | DecoPeques
Manualidades para Niños- Manualidades Infantiles Super Fáciles… Manualidades y actividades con diferentes materiales ¡Las tenemos Todas!
A unique wind chime, Junk Drawer captures the spirit of all the fun random things you never find a good use for. This long chime has many fun details, and sounds great in the wind!
I mentioned in an earlier post that one of the highlights of our children's Japanese kindergarten was the annual "play store" (omiseyasan gokko) where the oldest children would create beautiful handmade toys, origami sweets and vegetables, jewelry, sushi, and other such things for the younger ones. One of the things our boys learned to make there were trucks and vehicles like these, with real working wheels. These are very easy to make from recyclables. Assemble your materials first: You'll…
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Plastic Bottles
porcelain vases (but how easy would it be to do this with plastic and matte spray paint?) In an effort to make the world a prettier place and the landfills a bit more empty...take a look at just a few of the wonderful things you can do with plastic bottles... handsoap made glam airplanes bubble blower apples So much fun and a great way to get your kiddos in on the fun too. You know I'm gonna try the top image the next chance I get right? Ha ha ha. Just remember, if you spray paint plastic or…
Recycled CD Weavings
What a Fun Project! Most of my 4th grade students just finished a very fun weaving project. After learning or reviewing the basics of weaving by doing a paper weaving, students learned how to weave in a circle. Our choice of loom - discarded CD, DVD, and CDROM discs. I had seen examples of these on Pinterest this past summer and couldn't wait to try it out. So I put out the word to staff and students in my three schools that we needed old discs to use for a project. I had quite a few staff…