posiłki pomysły Hello, I'm Leslie Mingo, the founder of Dylbug, a children's brand specializing in personalized products for little ones. Combining my love of cooking with my children and my graphic design talents I have created Dylbug Dress up plates, cutters + placemats. With these products my goal is to make healthy food fun for kids to eat. My most popular style is the Little Me - Dress Up. It's a personalized plate designed to look like your child, it comes ready to dress up with a clothing cutter, making their food fashionable.
znaki drogowe z kamyków Playing with rocks are wonderful for imaginative or pretend play. We've made cute doll faces out them before, rainbow rocks and rock letters! My son is obsessed with cars and anything that moves, so I wanted to add to his collection of road and vehicles by making these fun traffic signal rocks. All you need are rocks and markers (or paints) and you've got a fantastic construction and road invitation to play! posiłki pomysły Thank you to Curate Snacks for sponsoring this post. My kids love snack bars and we eat them as convenient breakfasts on-the-go or snacks. They're easy to grab and must-haves in your bag for when you need to curb those hunger pains before melt-downs happen. We recently got to taste a new brand of snack bars from Curate which are kid-approved with yummy kid-friendly flavors like Apple & Cinnamon, Chocolate & Banana, and Oatmeal & Chocolate Chunk. Some bars can be high in sugar, but these by Curate have less than 10 grams of sugar, and are non-GMO and gluten-free as well.
kółka kropki The boys and I had a fun weekend working on some artwork for their room. We've been in our new place for over six months and I think it's high time we got something on the walls, particularly in the boys room. I wanted to do something simple and graphic, and most importantly, something that the boys themselves could do, pretty much on their own. So we came up with a circle punch art idea. We started with several 1 1/4 inch circles punched out a various types of patterned and textured papers. Little A (5) was especially good at punching out the circles and did quite a few of them on his own.
Make an Electromagnet A large iron nail (about 3 inches) About 3 feet of THIN COATED copper wire A fresh D size battery Some paper clips or other small magnetic objects 1. Leave about 8 inches of wire loose at one end and wrap most of the rest of the wire around the nail. Funny Family Portrait DIY - moja rodzina Tuesday, 3 March 2015 by Irene Hoofs Make your own funny family portrait by Yuliya from Yufrukt Do you have a big sister or a little brother? Does anyone in your family have a moustache? A Wire Maze With an Electronics Twist Here is a SIMPLE and really FUN electronics project you can make at home. You don't need to make a printed circuit board which makes everything a whole lot easier! I'm sure you've played the "Wire Maze game"...(also called "Sammy the Snake" by shop teachers in our district... ) You thread a wire loop through a maze. A few years ago I built a simple latching circuit that would light (and keep lit) an LED if you touched the wire with the loop.
kółka kropki Have you tried weaving with the kids? We made this cool weaving loom from a log once which was a big hit and wanted to try our hand at circle weaving. The one thing we found is that circle weaving is different from loom weaving in that you need an odd number of "spokes." We started off with an even number shown below which means you can see some of the beginning strings in your finished weave. for Teachers Instructables supports teachers and students by providing free Premium Memberships and awesome project ideas for your classroom. For Students A premium membership means access to all of our classes. Learn everything that Instructables has to offer with classes ranging from electronics to pasta making to leatherworking. If you've got a great project to share, we're constantly running contests to reward the best instructables.
Father's Day prezent dla taty Dad might not want to go out for fast food on Father’s Day, but he’s sure to enjoy this printable pack of french fries. It’s kawaii-cute and calorie-free! But this isn’t just a cute card on the outside — the inside is filled with words to tell dad how great he is! Older children will be able to make this card and write out the french fry message all by themselves. DIY Wooden Christmas Trees When I was browsing my local packaging supply store earlier this month, I stumbled upon these wooden serving cones. I knew right away that they’d be the perfect mini Christmas trees, so I scooped a bunch up for holiday decorations. I think I’ll use these to decorate our dining table on Christmas morning. Borax-Free Slime Recipe - Recipes for Safe Slime Updated June 09, 2014. The traditional slime recipe calls for glue and borax, but you can make slime without borax, too! Here are some easy borax-free slime recipes: Borax-Free Slime Recipe #1 You may see this slime called "goo". This is non-toxic slime that flows when you pour it or set it down, but stiffens if you punch it or squeeze it. 1/2 cup liquid starch 1 cup white glue food coloring Mix together the liquid starch and glue.
DIY Spring Flower Activity These colorful flowers make a perfect Mother’s Day gift and a cute, easy kids’ craft to keep toddlers entertained. This simple color sorting activity builds fine motor skills and allows kids to explore through play and hands-on learning. Kids can build their own small gardens, create lovely bouquets, decorate indoor plants, or use these flowers as awesome cake toppers! What You Need Printable template (download here)Playdough in various colorsCrepe paperToothpicksPlastic or paper strawsMarkerScissorsGlueA potting bowl or cupChickpeas (or any other legumes), rice, soil, or pebbles to fill the cup How-To