StyleWhipped is a daily online magazine covering everything fashion, style, social scene & culture in New York City. It is published by Alison Stewart, a noted fashion stylist, on-camera host & writer. Expert guest columnists include Wedding & Event Planner Danielle Aspromatis, Interior Designer Sherin Botros, and Music Expert Jennifer Corcione.
It's Not a Glitter Wand - Pink Pistachio
As a kid, were you mesmorized by those glitter wands? Dude. I could flip that thingy (watching the glitter twirl) until the sun went down! I snatched one up at the toy store awhile back for Bubs (we were headed for yet another long grueling flight). It worked wonders, by the way. Took up very little space, made no noise… Sorry, I’m getting carried away. I thought it’d amuse Lil’ Mister to recreate a stockier version of a glitter wand (minus the glitter. minus the wand). Crafts with a…
ThinkGeek - Shirts, Toys, Collectibles & More | GameStop
Shop for apparel, fun home and office decor, electronics, gadgets, and collectibles, find the perfect gift and more. Buy ThinkGeek products at GameStop.
CHEMISTRY HOME EXPERIMENT : Make Things Glow In The Dark
Have you ever wondered what makes certain things glow under black lights? For this experiment you will need: • a black light • petroleum ...
Glow in the Dark Boredom Buster - Inner Child Fun
Simple Boredom Buster for Kids Do you know what I love?? Creating a SIMPLE (and cheap) boredom buster that keeps the kids happily entertained for a long time! This glow in the dark building activity is great if you need something to keep the kids busy on a rainy day, and it only uses a …
50 Ways to Use a Light Box
"50 Ways to use a Light Box." Kids with #CVI tend toward light gazing. Educators are finding ways to use that attraction to drive purposeful gazing in developing visual skills. This list of suggestions for using #lightboxes was provided by Enabling Devices.
Learning With Push Lights
We have been working hard these last few months to get a home therapy routine set up for Squeak, and since she is only almost-three trying to make it as fun as possible! We are learning letter sounds at the moment and today incorporated some push lights I bought at a local dollar shop a little while ago. They are very easy to find and also very cheap (these were $1 for a pack of two). Squeak loved these so much that we will be using them in lots of different learning activities in future…
iPad Light Box
On Monday I wrote about the Baby Finger app. While working with a kiddo with a visual impairment (who is very drawn to light and her light box), I thought, "I wonder if I could use my iPad like a light box?" Using the blank screen on the Baby Finger app, this is what I came up with: In a dark room, I placed two rings on the iPad screen. Check out that contrast! Now it is much easier for a child with a visual impairment to see the rings and reach out for them. The only problem is, the Baby…
Light table explorations
Our light table has been getting lots of action this year from my new students during our time in free play and here are a few of the things the children have been exploring on the light table... Ice pops on the