I haven’t put up a coloring page for kids in awhile, so here is a little spring/windy day picture. To download, click the image or go HERE:
Transform tin cans into silly, changeable Alien Robots with a few odds and ends and some magnets.
Make some quick and easy shakers for music time (or general noisemaking) using cardboard tubes, paper plates, duct tape, and of course, dried beans!
Sorry for the lack of posts lately, but it seems like time, weather and winter sicknesses have converged to make it hard to get projects done!
Yesterday my son came up with the idea to do this project. He said he read it in his ‘highlighter’ magazine, which means “Highlights High Five” for kids. I’m not sure of the directions in the original article, but he told me what to do.
Have a little amusement by making a classic Thaumatrope toy. Downloadable template for this design included.
Have some static-y fun using just a balloon and some paper scraps with this quick and classic science experiment.
Who says snowflakes have to be white? We made some paper snowflakes here today (even though it was 74° outside!) Since my son chose colored paper as well as white, we started calling them Kaleidoflakes.