I picked up six coloured ping pong balls for $1 the other day and just *knew* I wanted to make some throwing games with them! Here are four ways …
Month: July 2013
Shaving foam painting was one of the first things I ever “pinned” – and I’ve waited a long time to try this art technique!
I am really excited to have this guest post from my good friend Sara H. Today she is sharing with us how she made these super easy car cakes …
I recently bought six plastic cups in different colours. What possible use could they have other than to use them for a fine motor skills colour sorting activity?
We absolutely love our new water table – but it didn’t come with a cover. I don’t mind water getting in overnight, but I do object to the bugs and …
For my husband’s birthday cake he requested a chocolate cake decorated with hedgehogs. Sounds like the kind of challenge I like!
Here’s how to make 26 animal handprints – one for each letter of the alphabet! This is such a fun way to make art.
Are you worried about braving the world of slime with your kids? Here’s how another mom and I managed it!
This week we have been making paper plate bugs: a bee, a butterfly, a ladybug and a snail!
Make these easy footprint butterflies for pretty childhood keepsakes.
We made some lovely chunky beads with this homemade glowing salt dough. Great fun for young children!
Here’s how to make jello play dough using jello powder. The dough has instant bright colors and smells amazing – great for sensory play.
If you love papercrafts, try making these ABC Pop-Up Books!
I had such fun planning this tropical island water table for my son!
This weather mobile collection is great for kids studying a weather unit – or if they just want to learn more!
I love finding ways of painting without brushes, and this week we tried comb painting: when a comb is dragged through paint on the paper it creates some really …