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DIY Bath Tub Floating Cupcakes To Play With Kids

Tue, Apr 21, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s very interesting when you can play with your kids and teach them something. So today we offer you to make a funny scientific project! For this activity you will need cupcake liners, sponges, scissors and Mr. Bubble original foam soap for “frosting”. Use the bottom of one of the cupcake liners as a template to cut the sponge into two circles for...Continue Reading...

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DIY Paper Plate Cute Dog To Make With Kids

Tue, Mar 31, 2015 | DIY Projects

Kids love funny crafts and if you show them how they can make this cute dog, they’ll cope with it very fast! You will need 1 paper plate, paint (tan, brown, black, red), 1 googly eye, tape, white glue, scissors and dog pattern. First you should cut the paper plate in half and use the pattern to cut the shape of the dog’s body from one half of the plate....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 Image Transfer Magnets To Play With Kids

Fri, Feb 27, 2015 | DIY Projects

It’s so great if you have various games and ideas of crafts for every day and your kids develop their imagination and creativity. For this project you will need polymer clay, doodles, pencil or colored pencils, blank white paper, spoon, cutting blade, magnets, strong adhesive, permanent markers and metallic pens. First, choose your doodles. Use the blank...Continue Reading...

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DIY Domino Cookies – A Great Counting Activity For Kids

Tue, Feb 17, 2015 | DIY Projects, Food

I love activities that are not only fun but also really cognitive and useful for kids. Today’s craft with domino cookies is so creative and motivating for children! When they’re involved in the cooking process, they get to learn so many things: social interaction, counting, following directions, coordination and so much more. To make the domino cookies...Continue Reading...

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Excellent DIY Construction Site Activity Tray

Fri, Oct 24, 2014 | DIY Projects

Kids of any ages will like this activity tray. It will also help to develop their imagination and practice their motor skills. For this project you will need just a tray or box with edges that can hold in the lentils and toys, little toys (trucks, tractors, toy men and cones), spoon and lentils (or rice or beans for them to scoop and move). It’s very...Continue Reading...

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Funny DIY Monster Plants For Kids’ Room

Mon, Sep 22, 2014 | DIY Projects

Monsters are everywhere! Cause Halloween is coming of course. So today we offer you to make some design details for your kids’ room. These monster plants will look adorable and funny so your kids wanna make them independently. You will need just a printout with funny and sometimes scary faces, glass votives and a miniature potted plant or two. First of...Continue Reading...

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Cute DIY Alphabet Gems To Make For Kids

Tue, Sep 9, 2014 | DIY Projects

We are sure that you always teach your kids something. So today it’ll be easy with these alphabet gems. You will need 26 large clear glass stones, rounded on one side and flat on the other, mod podge, foam brush, scrapbook paper, black marker and playing board. First of all cut the scrapbook paper to fit the back of each gem. Draw uppercase letters on...Continue Reading...

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Colorful DIY Rainbow Dyed Rice For Kids To Play

Tue, Sep 9, 2014 | DIY Projects

This project will be perfect for kids. If they’ll play with this rice, it can develop their motor skills and imagination. You will need rice (1 cup), kool-aid packet (1/2 teaspoon), rubbing alcohol (1 teaspoon), plastic gallon bag (freezer bag), foil and baking sheet. Gather your tools and start by standing up and opening your large freezer bag. Use one...Continue Reading...

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DIY Memory Game For Your Kids’ Development

Tue, May 6, 2014 | DIY Projects

Everybody loves this game, kids can spend many hours playing it! It’s a fun, time tested and developing game for toddlers. You will need 1/4 inch MDF or any smooth, thin board, paints, clear coat, saw and sanding block. Coat the MDF board with a thin coat of white paint. After that dry, mark off the memory squares, 2″ x 2″. For top-side design use a...Continue Reading...

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