I have many reasons to love autumn. Nature prepares us for winter with its warm colors. I think my favorite is to make autumn crafts, because it is very easy to find materials in nature during fall season.
Here is a great DIY puzzle idea for you. Cut the paper rolls in half horizontally and put them on top of each other to form a whole, then create your image. Even your little one can create his/her own design. You can draw animals, patterns, movie characters.
Make a lovely sudoku to make your summer vacation more fun. Take with you wherever you go. Now it is time for you the decide what theme you want. Here is a bug themed sudoku for you.
In this colorful activity you can see many learning skills. Giant pipe cleaners are awesome for many play ideas. I know it might be quite difficult to be able to find giant ones but no worries normal pipe cleaners also works great for this activity.
Here is another cardboard puzzle idea for you. While matching colors and patterns, you can learn about symmetry, too. Very easy to make.
Just using a piece of cardboard create your own heart. And don’t forget that a bottle of glitter always makes the heart more shiny.
Who loves handmade rugs? It has been very nice sewing practice for us.
We will be happy to see your creations if you give it a go. Don’t forget that pre-holes make it easier and more fun for little ones to practice sewing. Just grab your favorite color of yarn and cut a piece of cardboard, then start to design.
Another puzzle idea for toddlers. While learning about animals, you can make these puzzles, too.
Creating DIY decorations is always too much fun. Cut a circle from cardboard and make holes around this circle. Cut long strips of fabric and thread them through the holes and knot them.
Some activities are great for many kids from age 1 to 7 or even more. This activity is one of them. You can start with your 1 yo just by putting pompoms in holes randomly. You can add tongs to make it more difficult for your 2 yo and add simple colors for 3 yo and color patterns for 4-5 yo and then add more holes and longer patterns for 6 it goes on like this. Briefly, It’s up to you to make it easier and harder.