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Awesome DIY Chalk And Cardboard Computer For Kids

Tue, Apr 21, 2015 | DIY Projects

This craft will develop motor skills and imagination of your kids, they can paint whatever they want on screen of computer and be like their parents! You will need large piece of cardboard, box cutter, ruler, black chalk paint, chalk, paint brush, electrical tape, glue, pen and black construction paper. Start by using your ruler and craft knife to cut an...Continue Reading...

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Romantic DIY Tissue Paper Poppy Magnets To Make With Kids

Thu, Mar 12, 2015 | DIY Projects

All kids love flowers! This project will be good for girls and boys. Girls can make these poppy magnets for themselves, boys can create them for their moms or sisters. You will need tissue paper, magnets, pipe cleaners, hot glue, scissors and pencil. Begin by cutting a stack of circles: 1 stack for the flower (any amount you want) and 1 smaller stack (like...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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Sugary Sweet And Colorful DIY Sherbet To Make With Kids

Fri, Feb 13, 2015 | DIY Projects

Kids are curious and usually love science projects that seem like pure magic to them. What is more, science projects for kids are really the best, because except that they’re exciting and fun, they can develop some skills, be cognitive. For example, today’s sherbet project provides a sensation for kids to enjoy. To make this light and sugary powder...Continue Reading...

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Colorful DIY Milk Paint Popcorn Rainbow

Thu, Jan 29, 2015 | DIY Projects

We are sure that your kids love art projects. So show them how they can create a beautiful rainbow from popcorn. You will need light blue construction paper, popped popcorn, milk, food coloring, small paintbrush and white glue. Draw a simple half circle onto the paper and line the top with white glue. Press the popcorn into the glue and continue until you...Continue Reading...

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Amazing DIY Donut Toys For Your Kids

Wed, Jan 28, 2015 | DIY Projects

No doubt that everyone loves donuts! Don’t be afraid you don’t need to bake them. Today we offer you to create them with various supplies. We are sure that your kids will help you! So for this project you will need just little wooden wheels, acrylic paint, paintbrush and toothpicks. Paint the little wheels in shades of dough. Two coats later, let the...Continue Reading...

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Colorful DIY Sponge Constructor For Kids

Fri, Dec 12, 2014 | DIY Projects

If you are looking for a new and funny indoor activity for your kids, you will like this idea! You and your kids can make a lot of sponge towers. Also they can help you with this project. For this craft you will need just sponges and craft knife. First of all cut sponges in fourths or thirds. Line them up, sort them and then stack them. That’s all! Now...Continue Reading...

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Creative DIY Fall Leaf Painting

Wed, Nov 5, 2014 | DIY Projects

Do your kids love to paint? Of course, yes. So teach them an unusual way to paint! For this project you will need just paints (red, yellow and orange), plastic water bottle (empty) and paper. To start put out a mess mat to protect workspace. Remember that it’s a very fun but messy activity. Your kids can draw a tree on a blank piece of paper. Gather your...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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