Bat Crafts - Pom Pom Bats Our pom pom obsession continues. Last week we shared some cute little Hedgehog Pom Poms (just SOOOO lovely for Autumn Play) and now we have some pom pom bats.. They are rather cute, if I say so myself. Je coeur des choses CRAFTY We had the opportunity to try out a Fairy Tea Garden kit from Horizon Group USA (the company which powers Craftprojectideas.com and MyNextStyle.com) and I am thrilled to tell you about it! All opinions are 100% my own. The kit itself includes a 10" planter and 10 garden accessories to make your very own Fairy Tea Garden.
Sorting Colours with Cardboard Tubes learning 4 kids Loads of fun ideas for learning through play at home You are here: Home / Learning Play / Sorting Colours with Cardboard Rolls Sorting Colours with Cardboard Rolls Activités pour le Préscolaire: Guess what's inside: Sound shakers with plastic eggs - Devine ce qu'il y à l'intérieur: Oeufs sonores pour explorer le sens de l'ouïe Filling plastic Easter eggs with different objects create different sounds and tones, and toddlers are just amazed to discover, manipulate and compare them. My 17 months old daughter has had a crazy fun time to play with them. She was taking two eggs at a time and was shaking them independently and banging them together. Sometimes, she was having fun to throw them, or to put them in the egg carton.
The Violet Hours One of the best parts about living in New York City during the holiday season are the sidewalk Christmas tree vendors. Every few blocks, you walk through a tunnel of yummy pine air, over a temporary, trampled carpet of green needles. And you see people walking home with a tree slung over their shoulder, just ripe for the decorating. To give the tree it's best chance at a lasting through the month, the vendors will slice off the bottom of the trunk (kind of like cutting your roses before putting them in water). So the sidewalks are often littered with small tree stumps that are just tossed out with the trash. Glue Resist Art Project for Kids You know how much children like to squeeze glue bottles? Well, here’s a glue resist art project for kids that gives them the opportunity to squeeze out glue to their hearts content. And then to paint the whole thing once the glue has dried. We did this with Halloween themes, just ’cause Halloween is around the corner, but you could do it with any image or theme, even completely abstract. Note :: This post includes affiliate links which means that if you purchase an item from one of the links in the post below, I will receive a small commission for the sale at no added cost to you. Watercolor paper or card stock (sometimes I cut down a piece of poster board into 6 or so pieces to use)Bottle of white glue, such as Elmer’sWatercolor paint (we used this watercolor paint set this time but you could also use liquid watercolor paints
Mini Tissue Paper Flowers Tutorial Don't you love getting new craft tools?! I spent most of my birthday money this year at the craft stores on some fun stuff........like a 3 1/2 inch scallop flower paper punch. It's awesome and it's inspiring all kinds of crafty projects for spring! Easy Mini Tissue Paper Flower Tutorial: Activités pour le Préscolaire: Et tombe la pluie: bricolage météo tout en relief. I must admit that I did several tests and trials to arrive at this result. My first goal was to recreate a rain with a 3-dimensional effect. I tried different kinds of paper. I had sevral failures, but in the end, it worked and I'm really happy with results. The rain dropsand rain streak have a 3D texture.
Speech Sprouts: How To Organize for Grab and Go Articulation Therapy! Are you spending too much time searching for the materials you need for each session? All those files and workbooks are great, but SLPs have precious little time to pull it together between sessions. Here's how I have my artic materials organized, and I love it! I purchased clear 6.2 quart Sterilite Latch Boxes.