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Spring DIY Cup-And-Ball Bouquet Game For Girls

Thu, Apr 16, 2015 | DIY Projects

All kids love this classic game, so you can decorate it with beautiful blooms of cut paper for your daughter. For this project you will need cup-and-ball toy, paint, brush, scissors, colored crepe paper and double-sided tape or glue. First paint your cup-and-ball with one, two or three colors. Grab your crepe paper and using scissors, cut out your best...Continue Reading...

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Cool DIY Easter Egg Magnets To Make

Mon, Mar 30, 2015 | DIY Projects

Have you started your Easter party preparations yet? We’ve got such a simple, colorful and interactive craft for you and your kids today, which will certainly get you in the mood of this holiday. We’re making Easter egg magnets! It’s not only a cool themed craft, but also a color-learning and matching game, where your kid can create all sorts of fun...Continue Reading...

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Original DIY Tic-Tac-Toe Game From Stones

Fri, Mar 13, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s a very cheap and easy-to make DIY, cause all you need is stones. So make this game for your kids now! You will need 12 smooth, flat rocks, oil pastels, Mod Podge, foam brush, parchment paper, felt (two different colors), fabric scissors and hot glue gun. Wash and dry your rocks. Use your oil pastels to decorate your stones with X’s and O’s (or...Continue Reading...

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Magnetic DIY Travel Tangram Puzzles To Develop Your Kids

Wed, Mar 11, 2015 | DIY Projects

This project is a great and funny brain game. Your kids will love it! You will need magnetic paper, altoid boxes, print out of tangrams and idea sheets, paper scissors, gel medium or Mod Podge, foam brush and glue stick. Print out your tangram images. Adhere the tangram images to your magnetic paper. Apply gel or Mod Podge to the tangram squares. Then glue...Continue Reading...

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DIY Dinosaur Cut-Out Toys For Your Kids

Sat, Mar 7, 2015 | DIY Projects

Dinosaurs are so cute and funny so why not make some for your kids? For this project you will just need printable dinosaur templates, cardboard or thick paper, scissors, craft knife, paint and super glue. First of all print and cut all the dinosaur shapes from the templates. Then trace the dinosaur silhouettes onto your cardboard or paper and cut out. Next...Continue Reading...

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Original DIY Skater Figure With A Magnet

Fri, Feb 27, 2015 | DIY Projects

Winter has almost gone, but you and your kids can always play in winter games! For this project you will need paints, cardboard, scissors, glue, cork, thumbtack, box and washi tape. You have to paint your character on cardboard and then cut it out. Don’t forget to paint your character on the back too. The lower part you have to glue around a piece of...Continue Reading...

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Funny DIY Wooden Blocks With Faces

Thu, Nov 6, 2014 | DIY Projects

Today’s project is fun both to make and play and it’s all about mixing and matching some funny faces. It’s something really entertaining and cool and it’ll keep your kids busy for hours. To make these face wooden blocks you need 25 wooden blocks, paint in various colors, paintbrushes, painter’s tape and pencil. First you need to figure out what...Continue Reading...

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DIY Bubbling Boos And Popping Pumpkins Game For Your Kids

Tue, Oct 28, 2014 | DIY Projects

This activity for a Halloween party is very fun and inexpensive, and your kids will like it. You will need baking soda, corn starch, vinegar, zip seal bags, orange food coloring for the pumpkin bombs, a marker and toilet paper. Start by drawing pumpkin and ghost faces on the zip seal bags. You can use a permanent marker and sandwich size bags. Larger bags...Continue Reading...

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Cognitive DIY Counting Sheep Game To Play With Kids

Fri, Oct 17, 2014 | DIY Projects

This game will be great for your kids. It’s good for teaching fine motor skills, pre-reading and basic math. You will need printable fence, scissors, tape, green felt, white pompoms or cotton balls, clothespins, spoon and tray (optional). Prepare the field for the sheep by laying out a piece of green felt. Print the fence onto paper or card stock, cut on...Continue Reading...

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DIY Cardboard Cash Register For Practicing Numbers

Fri, Sep 26, 2014 | DIY Projects

As a kid I used to love playing a grocery store: serve “customers”, give the change, etc. If your little one also enjoys it and likes watching the cashier scan items in the grocery, make this cardboard cash register. I’m sure he or she will excitedly practice his numbers and develop his imaginative skills. You’ll need calculator with large buttons,...Continue Reading...

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