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DIY zipline for little boys from a few paperclips, string, a bobbin and some buttons. great!

susan akins posted DIY zipline for little boys from a few paperclips, string, a bobbin and some buttons. to their -Preschool items- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

Try embroidery by stitching a bold piece of patterned fabric.

Kid or beginners embroidery idea - Trace bold fabric with needle and thread. Gift idea: throw pillows, accented with embroidery?

19 Impossibly Cool Crafts For Kids That Adults Will Want To Try

19 Impossibly Cool Crafts For Kids That Adults Will Want To Try

Make your own magical kaleidoscope with this step-by-step photo tutorial. They say to add beads, I tell you from experience to add a few small pieces of transparent glass shards in various colors, too.

Throw paper balls at duct tape! Improves motor skills, and still so fun!

Halloween gross motor My boys would LOVE this! Sticky spider web - roll up pieces of paper (works on fine motor skills), then throw at the sticky spider web (gross motor skills) AWESOME IDEA!

Catapulta tirada da http://www.pragentemiuda.org/2010/10/vamos-fazer-uma-catapulta.html

DIY catapult: Made with a spring clothespin, this simple catapult lets kids take aim with paper balls that pose no threat to man or beast

Make a Zip Line for Lego Minifigures (And a new Lego Fun Friday building challenge!)

Make a Zip Line for Lego Minifigures (And a new Lego Fun Friday building challenge

Make a Zip Line for Lego Minifigures (And a new Lego Fun Friday building challenge!) - Frugal Fun For Boys -- Love this idea for our MasterBrick Club Challenge

This site is FULL of materials you can make into engineering projects by recycling materials! Fantastic! Science, technology, and engineering for any age!

Filth Wizardry: This site is FULL of materials you can make by recycling materials! Science and technology for younger kids.

A marble slide from paper towel rolls by britney

For STEM lab: Marble slides. This site has lots of cool science activities using everyday materials.

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