MB loves spending time in the kitchen. He prepares pasta, muffins and smoothie himself. When I ask his dream job, he directly says “Cook”. And he wants to be a cook, because he wants to cook for all homeless kids. This answer is melting my heart. This activity is great for boosting self-confidence, too. We named the place “MB’s Food Corner”, we were customers and MB was the chef. We ordered and he cooked, served for us. When you look into the setup, I am sure that you will see many skills in it, even more than I wrote below.
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Only takes 5 minutes to prepare these cute glasses. Kids are very curious about the new things they see around. If one day you kid sees someone who wear glasses and asks about it, you can prepare a quick one to help him/her empathize with that person. By this was you give her the chance to decorate his/her own glasses. They can also be used as a part of your special day costume.
Who loves camping? This popsicle stick tents are great for camping theme. They are very easy to make.
Have you ever tried to make boats with straws? ⛵ We had a great sensory play with these boats a few weeks ago. It is super simple to prepare.
It is super simple to prepare DIY shakers and too much fun to dance with. Toilet paper rolls work great for these DIY shakers. You can use either washi tape or coloring pens for decorating them. You can fill them with rice, buttons, pasta, bells. etc. You can diversify the filling to get more different sounds. Highly recommended.
This is the best way to explain a kid what our tongue is doing in our mouth. It turned into a fun experience for us. Now we know all details about our tongues. 👅👅👅👅
This time we prepared very practical one. I realized that my son was always writing numbers from the bottom up, that’s why I prepared this activity and he wanted to try it again and again. If you want to reuse it many times, you can cover the paper with clear packing tape.
My little architects designed and colored all of them🤩 aren’t they beautiful?
You will need:
Watercolor or acrylic paint