Take the doodle pages...kids cut them out and create brand new works of art. Could be on any theme...great adaptation!
Great idea to create a background for those hundreds of pictures you take as the baby digs in to his or her first birthday cake. Could be done in any color to match any party theme.
Candy Buffet in any color you want. This could be a dressy idea for adults if you don't have kids. You could even trade out some hard candy for chocolate. If you don't have the same pins you could always take some of our brooches or hajib pins and decorate these. Another choice would be to get napkin rings to put on the ribbon and then just wire them onto the lids. Elegant.
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This file has four printable pages to allow your students to practice extending patterns. The patterns feature clip art associated with going back to school. Students identify the pattern and determine which picture would extend the pattern; they cut the pattern pieces from the bottom of the paper and glue them in the appropriate place. These pages could be used for morning work, homework, or regular classwork. This activity would also make a great math center or math station. $
Have the kids draw themselves on little circles on the first day and then copy them and cut them to paste around a new page. Could be used for a class news letter !
This would be great as one page. Mama hen could snap open, and eggs with baby chicks inside could be underneath her. Put cord on baby chicks to take them out and have them play around mama.
This could easily be done with old book pages and any kind of silhouette. Great step by step instructions.
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Another idea to help the feet!! Listerine: the BEST way to get your feet ready for summer. Sounds crazy but it works! Mix 1/4c Listerine (any kind but I like the blue), 1/4c vinegar and 1/2c of warm water. Soak feet for 10 minutes and when you take them out the dead skin will practically wipe off! For more great tips, recipes and motivation The New You
Printable Abstract Coloring Book- These and mandala coloring pages are great for getting some quiet time out of the bigger kids. Colored pencils or markers- or can print on water color paper and paint them in too.
My First Art Book. Take digital photos of all your little one's pieces and then throw them out. Second, use the photos to create something
This would be great in a family room or play room. Looks like 1" x 4" or 1" x 6" pieces of wood. Could get them all cut to size at the lumber store or Home Depot. Take them home, sand them, primary them up and paint away with craft paint. :) DONE!
home is where the heart is.
Salt dough thumbprint ornament - I could have the dough ready with shapes already cut out, then the kids could put thumbprints on when they get here, we play & snack while they bake and cool, then they can paint the fingerprints and take them home!
Pinner says, "They wanted a photo booth, but renting them was too expensive so they DIY'd it. built the structure out of PVC and hung red shower curtains. We used a laptop with the Sparkbooth software program installed on it, and set a box of props nearby along with small cards guests could take which had the address to our website, where the pictures would be." Great idea!
check out that bed!!! Love the night stand and could also be done on a dresser baseball theme bedroom
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Girls sent in photo of themselves and bride, and either answer 5 out of 10 questions (“what’s the funniest thing you’ve ever heard Kasey say?” or “What do you like most about Kasey’s husband-to-be?” etc…) or gave them the option to just write their own special note to her. What we ended up with was about 30 pages of amazing memories. Every girl sent something in and it was darling. Could do for any major event- birthday, graduation, etc.
Simple portraits of the kids in a window. These could either feature faces obscured/covered, kids could be facing away from the camera, or the portraits could be taken of them looking out of the window hopefully.
Recycling something old and used and turning it into something useful or a piece of art is double the pleasure. You are saving the nature and you create something new that you can enjoy. There are so many ways to recycle, to reuse things you thought belonged to the recycle bin. You’ll be surprised by some of these Top 10 DIY Recycled Art Projects we are sharing today. Check them out and let them inspire you to create recycled art by yourself.
This could be a great last minute DIY for adults and kids. I am thinking big spray painted soda bottles on the back. The tube is cute but not the end of the world not to have. You could probably even make it out of black fabric and some sort of interfacing. A shark counterpart would be fabulous! #DIY #NoSew
Great gramma gift and fun project to do with kids. Take photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper, cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Fill with clear soap. This is so fun! :)
Great for those of us who are new to art journaling and need a little help to think of new pages to create.
Shivery snow paint- kids can create puffy snowmen and other works of art that are COLD to the touch!
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Printable Bunny Banner: make this adorable Easter craft for kids with any paper you like, and it works up in no time at all. The Printable Bunny Banner is the cutest DIY garland you'll find for springtime, so don't wait another minute to create it! You could even use the free printable template to make coloring pages for kids so that they can decorate their own bunnies. Age Group: Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens.
Get dirty laundry off the floor with a laundry tower. How to at Red Hen Home. I already have a laundry sorter, but this would be great for sorting clothes as you take them out of dryer and fold them. Then kids come get their basket and put clothes away.
Cute clock! And you could use any symbols and words on the would be relevant to your life! Great idea.
Letter K -K is for Key. Kids can tear up the pieces of foil themselves (fine motor skills!) and glue them to key cut-out. Could make keys out of construction paper first.
It can be a challenge to get kids motivated to help out around the house, but getting kids to do their chores not only makes family life run smoother, it is essential to their own development and self-esteem! Don't miss these four simple steps you can take right now to create a chore chart that works. This in-depth post even includes four different types of printable chore charts, plus a helpful list of age-appropriate chores!
Blooms' Taxonomy: The innermost circle are the categories of the taxonomy, the second circle key identified words and the third circle some activities that can be linked with these words. The PLTS (Personal Learning and Thinking Skills) categories are added as an independent external wheel which can be applied to any section of the taxonomy. This adaptation is Krathwohl and Anderson's (2001) adaptation of Bloom (1956) and has had the PLTS (New Secondary Curriculum 2008) added as an extra wheel.
fathers day craft -- how cute would it be to get all the kids together and create several ties each. We could string them all together on one line to make a neat banner for Father's Day