Sweet Pea was 5 years old.
From: Many people have blogged about Cloud Dough, but I first read about it at Tinkerlab. Cloud Dough is a mixture of flour and oil that creates a really interesting substance. It is somewhat powdery, but easily clumps together when pressed. It is like wet sand, […]
Sweet Pea is 6 years old.
From: I saw this very cool and super easy Bubble Dough recipe from Creative Playhouse and couldn’t wait to try it!
Mixing bowl. 1 cup Cornstarch. 1/4-1/2 cup Liquid dish or hand soap. (We used Dawn.) Dry cloth and a damp sponge for clean […]
Sweet Pea is 6 years old.
From: This quick little activity is from Our Best Bites.
A brand spanking new bar of Ivory soap. A plate. A microwave.
Put the bar of Ivory soap on the plate and put the plate in the microwave. Set the timer for […]
Sweet Pea is 5 years old.
From: I have seen variations on this in a few places: The Chocolate Muffin Tree, Play At Home Mom and Meaningful Mama.
Glow Sticks. (I found a tube of 15 bracelets in the Target Dollar spot for only $1 and Micheal’s Craft Store sells […]
Sweet Pea is 4 years old.
From: When I saw this “Do-It-Yourself Glitter” recipe all over pinterest (originally from this Sprinkles and Sequins tumbler page) I couldn’t wait to try it. I thought, “This looks awesome! Cleaning up salt will be so much easier than real glitter and I won’t have to worry about […]
Sweet Pea is 43 months old.
From: I found this homemade fingerpaint recipe at Not Just Cute.
Printer friendly version of this fingerpaint recipe. (This is a .pdf file and requires Foxit or Adobe Acrobat for viewing.) Stove. Saucepan. 3 TBS sugar. 1/2 Cup cornstarch. 2 Cups cold water. Containers for holding the […]
Sweet Pea is 40 months old.
From: I found this at The Picky Apple and another version (featured on the fabulous Crafty Crow website) at Paint Cut Paste .
3 or 4 packets of Kool-Aid in different colors. Small bowls. Paint brush. Paper. Kid’s craft paint in colors that correspond to […]
Sweet Pea is 35 months old.
From: This activity is based on the Montessori sound cylinders work. It is a great way to use some of those plastic eggs that are laying around after Easter and I’ve seen it in a ton of places (most recently on Giving Up On A Clean House and […]
Shannon’s Note: This is a guest post from my friend Lori, who worked as a preschool teacher for 3 years and now enjoys staying home with her daughter.
E.G. is 18 months old.
2 Sheets Glad Press’n Seal or Contact Paper Tempera Washable Paints Scissors (for the grown-up) Q-Tips (optional)
Sweet Pea is 26 months old.
From: I saw this on The Wonder Years blog.
10 Closed jingle bell-style 1″ bells. (I got a small bag from Micheal’s for about $3.00) A butter knife. 3 Baskets or bowls.
Use the butter knife to pry one of the […]