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Daily schedule for summer to post on fridge - magnets glued to the backs of poster board strips.
Vintage Pyrex ~ Love!
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Shaving cream filled balloons.. why have I never thought of this before?
ALUMINUM FOILED: June 2010
Pinner said: "is the friend who first taught me to capture dandelion wishes in a jar. These wishes just wait on a shelf or kitchen counter until a sad child needs some love and encouragement. Then, it is off with the cap, eyes squinched closed for a wish, and a big huff. This cheers children any time theyre sad–and it makes me happy just to see the dandelion puffs resting in wait."
~~~ Sharon Lovejoy: Dandelion Wishes to You
Sidewalk Chalk Paint -- We simply took 1/4 cup of cold water and mixed in a 1/4 cup of cornstarch. Then we added a **small** amount of food coloring to give it a little bit of color. (Do not add a lot of food coloring...after washing the green paint off the sidewalk, I noticed it left a very light stain behind...so use food coloring at your own risk)!
Sidewalk Chalk Art--Super easy activity. Crush up chalk sticks, mix with a little water, and use paintbrushes for big solid strokes. The ultimate summer activity!
LOVE!!!! Cute idea! Another pinner said: "My Dad used to come to our rooms armed with "Monster Spray" when we had nightmares. He sprayed it under the bed, in my shoes, all the places monsters might hide. I loved it, the scent comforted me til I fell asleep." what a great idea!
Toy storage solution. I love the idea. I don't have room for nearly that much of it, but I like the idea of the bins sliding in and out. I would probably want to do that with lids on the bins, use larger bins and only do the one under the window (not the tall one). It would have to be sturdy enough for them to stand/ sit on and look out the window.
Box + Crayons = a quiet activity for a Two Year Old :)
Spider web game. Just use painter's tape to make the web and have the kids throw wads of paper at it to see if they can get it to stick.
Organizing Back to School...great idea to create organization and responsibility