Scrap paper letters - do whole alphabet and hang up in their room

10 DIY Montessori Inspired Activities For Your Toddler

Draw design with Elmer's gel glue, let dry, paint with thinned acrylic, let dry, then soak 20m. to dissolve glue for batik effect.

Draw design with Elmer's gel glue, let dry, paint with thinned acrylic, let dry, then soak 20m. to dissolve glue for batik effect.

Refill empty glue bottles with paint.  Great for fine motor!

Refill empty glue bottles with paint. Great for fine motor!

Aluminum foil and sharpies! Sometimes the best result comes from the simplest medium...especially with kids         ---------------  this was not actually done with a roll of "aluminum foil" but with heavier aluminum; such as pie pans cut up - still really cool

Aluminum foil and sharpies! Sometimes the best result comes from the simplest medium...especially with kids --------------- this was not actually done with a roll of "aluminum foil" but with heavier aluminum; such as pie pans cut up - still really cool

planning on making one of these cute little puzzle for each of the 3 big kids for our "We Love Our Daddy" party!

planning on making one of these cute little puzzle for each of the 3 big kids for our "We Love Our Daddy" party!

What to do with crayons: 35 Uses for Crayons

What to do with Crayons: 35 Uses for Crayons

35 Crayon Activities for Kids on hands on : as we grow. Now I know what to do with all these crayons my kids have.

The first time I made a batch of playdough for my son I was amazed. Amazed that the recipe worked, amazed at how quick and easy it was and, mostly, amazed at how much nicer it was than the kind that comes in a can. Smooth, supple and soft, even months later. If you're still buying dough in a can, I urge you to convert. And there's a whole world of art supplies you can make in your own kitchen - some I've never even heard of like flubber, glurch, gak and oobleck.

How To Make Flubber, Glurch and Other Homemade Art Supplies at Home

The first time I made a batch of playdough for my son I was amazed. Amazed that the recipe worked, amazed at how quick and easy it was and, mostly, amazed at how much nicer it was than the kind that comes in a can. Smooth, supple and soft, even months later. If you're still buying dough in a can, I urge you to convert. And there's a whole world of art supplies you can make in your own kitchen - some I've never even heard of like flubber, glurch, gak and oobleck.

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