This is very simple cutting exercise to foster fine motor skills and great for developing tiny hand muscles.
I should admit that this is the most difficult fall craft we have ever done 🙈🙈🙈
Not as easy as it seems. But the final products are incredibly beautiful. After preparing a leaf template with yarn, fill inside the lines with yarns. Just be patient! 🙂
With a piece of cardboard and paints, you can create a size sorting activity in any theme you want.
It is very easy to make. It can be a good beginning option for little origami lovers.
Aren’t these hearts too cute? If you want to prepare a special gift for someone, you can try this one.
I added just a little colored water to the molds and kept it 15 minutes in the freezer and then added another color of water to get another layer and put it back again to the freezer. Repeated this until all the molds were full with water yet to achieve very thin and colorful layers. After that, we melted our galaxy bars with plenty of glitter. The colors were actually much more vivid than those visuals.
Here are our felt houses. They are quite simple and it was too much fun to prepare them. We hope you like it.
These envelopes are so special for us. 2020 has been quite difficult for everyone who stayed behind the doors for long time, especially for the kids who spread love all over the world. We prepared this felt envelopes to send our loves to our friends occasionally. Because everyone needs affection, friendship and peace now more than ever. Some of them has already reached to our friends and some has been waiting in the mail box for the receivers.
✉They are great for special days, too. With a short message you can add some stickers or a small gift in it. I am sure that there will be a big smile on receiver’s face when they get it. Sewing is really too much fun. Give your kid a chance for it. ♥️
So great to create your own games from recyclable materials, isn’t it? This time we added seashell handles just to give the puzzle a cooler appearance.
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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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