Get to Know Your Group with the M and M game
M and M Get to Know you Game - for groups to get to know each other | She's Crafty | www.shescraftycrafty.com | #gettoknowyougame #groupgames #mandmgame
Ed Emberley's Fingerprint Drawing Book (Ed Emberley's Drawing Book Of...)
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Fireworks in a Jar - I Can Teach My Child!
Use household ingredients to create fireworks in a jar! A fun science experiment for kids of all ages that illustrates liquid density.
A Backyard Birthday
To some, the thought of a backyard birthday party is terrifying. I will agree that it is so much easier taking your child's party to Pump it Up or Chuck-e-Cheese! If my kids would ask
Home | The Craft Train
It’s come to my attention that the crafts on our blog are (just a little) on the girly side, BUT I know there are mums out there with boys who might not be interested in all things pink and sparkly. To balance it out today I’ve got some cute & easy egg carton helicopters to share. Mums, you will need to do the fiddly bits here, but the boys (or girls)
Rain Sticks for Kids to Make - Happy Hooligans
Make rain sticks out of cardboard rolls! Pretty, easy, and they sound lovely! Great spring craft for toddlers and preschoolers to make at home or daycare.
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Pin It When I was a child, I got to take home the class hermit crab over a long vacation. There is something incredibly fascinating about a creature that needs to borrow shell to protect itself and to exchange that shell for a new one as it grows. Check out this video on YouTube of a Hermit Crab changing its shell. My children are also intrigued by hermit crabs. There are quite a few at the shore and my husband picks them up to show the children. And our aquarium has a nice large one: Pin It…
Best Homemade Playdough Ever: Jell-O Playdough
Homemade playdough - If ever there was a quintessential DIY this is it! Parents and children have been happily cooking up this stuff at home for decades. Today Kaley is sharing her favorite play dough recipe using another kid classic: Jell-O (because it just wouldn't be an MPMK post without some sort of twist). You're going to love this recipe. Kaley promises it comes out silky smooth and I could practically smell the fruity scents wafting from my computer as I read her post. Psst... Don't…
Diced Darts -- Take turns rolling two oversize foam dice toward a dartboard-like target of rings. Score points by multiplying the number showing on each die by the number of the ring it lands in.
Foil Painting | Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
Have you ever tried painting on foil before? We have tried twice, once with permanent markers and once with poster paint, before we really had a success. This time I was inspired by the children's craft aisle and decided on sun catcher paint. The paint is thin, so it gives some color without hiding the brilliance of the foil.