Season Tree Project | Free Craft Ideas | Baker Ross
The changing of the seasons is a great activity theme for a classroom, group or home educating session. This project uses an array of creative essentials to make up a folded book that gives children a tree-shaped page for each season. They can decorate the pages to highlight the characteristics of each particular season, showing how the landscape changes for each one by using stickers, pens, pencils and gems.
Marci's Quiet Book
Today's quiet book is fantastic. It is seriously so cute, so well made, and looks so fun. Made by Marci of the blog If These Walls Could Speak, this book has so many awesome pages. It has a painter's palette with colors to match, a shape matching page with a ton of shapes, a camping page with an adorable tent, little finger puppets in sleeping bags, and stars and a moon that are snap on/off, a lion ribbon page, a mailbox with envelopes whose stamps velcro on and off and felt "letters"…
Make a Changing Faces Man - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Gresham and I made this “changing faces” man yesterday! We got the idea from this post at A Little Learning for Two. Check out her post – her dolls are much cuter! To make one, you need: Two sizes of cardboard tubes – one needs to be able to fit inside the other Paper Markers, […]
Calming Bottles and Sensory Bottles
These Calming Bottles and Sensory Bottles are so simple to make. You can make them yourself in a few minutes or have a toddler/preschooler help with the process. We made these when my kids were younger and they often helped to calm a stressful situation. SENSORY BOTTLES For a younger child, these glitter jars make a great sensory toy. Kids get enthralled watching the glitter swirl around. If your kids are a little older, the bottles can be used in conjunction with a time out or cooling off…