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Construction Site Diorama. 24 April 2012 by Roar Sweetly Dioramas have a school project loveliness about them and are wonderfully tactile in this digital age.

Construction Site Diorama

I’ve been meaning to make a construction site for my son for some time now and was motivated again after organising his toys and seeing all his little yellow diggers together. This project is easy to make and came in at a grand total of $0.00 as I sourced all my materials from around the house and yard. Here’s a step by step guide: Materials Large cardboard boxGarbage bagStanley knife / scissorsTape and glueBlue paint + brushSeveral printed sheets of rocks and other construction materialsA sheet of white paperA couple kilos of slightly damp sandSmall assortment of rocks, paddle-pop sticks, bark etcBuilding site accessories and signsYellow diggers Instructions Cut the box on each side diagonally from the top back corner to approximately 10 cm (4″) above the bottom front corner.

Spinning 3D Hot Air Balloon Craft for Kids to Make. Pin by Theresa Olsen on Counting Activities. (15) Milk Bottle Vehicles. "Pressing The Buttons" - Homemade Elevator Activity. Any time we come near an elevator my children begin debating over who will get to "press the buttons".

"Pressing The Buttons" - Homemade Elevator Activity

Preschool Science- How long will a Lego Boat Float? We have been exploring money and counting it lately.

Preschool Science- How long will a Lego Boat Float?

JDaniel loves to count pennies so, I decided to tie counting pennies to a LEGO themed science activity I am calling Preschool Science- How Long will a LEGO Boat Float? My son isn’t in preschool anymore. (Although he wishes he had gotten to go to the kindergarten program at his old preschool. The day is shorter there for kindergartners.) Clothespin Airplanes {Party Favors} - Create Craft Love. Reed just turned three over the weekend!

Clothespin Airplanes {Party Favors} - Create Craft Love

{tear} Where does the time go? Ever since we went on the “hairplane with PaPa” this summer {yes, that’s how he pronounces it}, Reed has been talking about an airplane themed party. I scoured Pinterest for ideas and saw these adorable clothespin airplanes from Oriental Trading and thought they would be perfect for party favors. But they didn’t have them in the colors I wanted so I decided to improvise. Leçon - Les transports - Le Monde des Petits. Vehicle Nets. Épinglé par Dyan (And Next Comes L) sur Planes, Trains, and Automobil… Bricolage camion pompier. Bricolage hélicoptère.

It’s come to my attention that the crafts on our blog are (just a little) on the girly side.

Bricolage hélicoptère

BUT I know there are mums out there with boys who might not be interested in all things pink and sparkly, so here we have made (or rather I have made – the girls didn’t want a bar of this one!) Some cute & easy egg carton helicpoters. Mums, you will need to do the fiddly bits here, but the boys (or girls) can help out plenty, and they will love playing with these cute-as-custard little “toys”. You will need: • Egg Carton(s) • Craft knife and cutting mat • Paint & brushes • Scissors • Paper • Marker • Split pins How to: Cut your egg carton into single pieces, snipping the tall part off and cutting it in half for the tail. You will need more tall parts (you might need another carton for this). Paint these parts, making a half circle at the front for the windcreen. Like this. Once dry, add detail with a black marker. Glue them together into a cross shape. All done. Bricolage train. A few days ago, the girls and I embarked on what turned out to be an epic craft project.

Bricolage train

Looks & seems simple enough, right? That’s what I thought anyway. Bricolage moyen de transport. Újabb vécépapír-gurigás ötlet megvalósításába kezdtem: valamikor még régen a net egyik távoli, sötét sarkában láttam kisautókat, amelyeket ebből az alapanyagból készített egy különösen kreatív felhasználó.

Bricolage moyen de transport

Már akkor szöget ütött a fejembe a dolog, de mivel a Kisebbik akkoriban még játszás helyett előszeretettel fogyasztotta a papírgurigákat, elhalasztottam a megvalósítást, egészen mostanáig. Gurigák szokás szerint nagy számban álltak rendelkezésre, színes papírok, ragasztók és kartonok mindig vannak a háznál, az egyetlen problémaokozó (=hiányzó) hozzávaló a Milton-kapocs volt. (Tudjátok, ez az a kis izé, aminek fémfeje van, és utána két széthajtható "lába".)Már írtam, hogy az egyik rossz szokásom, hogy minden azonnal kell nekem, szóval amikor elhatároztam, hogy elkészítem a kisautókból a saját verzióimat, tudtam, hogy nem lesz időm elmenni aznap Milton-kapcsot vadászni valahol, és kezdtem elkeseredni.De mire is jó, ha az ember lánya nyomdákkal áll napi kapcsolatban?

1. 2. 3. 4. Bricolage moyen de transport. Lego moyen de transport. It has been raining and raining and raining some more here!

Lego moyen de transport

It was a very wet weekend and as you can imagine the kids were getting restless by the end of it. Time to get crafty! Luckily I came across some photos online of a very clever balloon powered car and inspired my Mr Happy (6) to have a go. The idea is simple: incorporate a balloon into your “car” so that when you blow it up and let it go, the air makes the car roll.