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A Sticky Spider Web Activity for Kids - hands on : as we grow

Sticky Spider Web: I saw this on and thought it was such a great idea! I adapted it to meet OT goals. First, i gather magazines and I ask the children to make balls by crushing the paper (this works on hand strength) I write numbers 1 to 10 on the web of tape. Kids pick a card with a math problem and they throw the newspaper ball on the answer!


Okay this really isn't a true DIY, but it a fabulous idea for keeping your doll shoes organized and undamaged by utilizing a hanging jewelry organizer


Why didn't I think of that?! Use a jump rope to teach tying shoe's bigger, so it's easier to grasp the concept (gross motor supports fine motor)! Brilliant.


Ana White | Build a Easy Kids' Tent / Reading Nook | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans (This image made me think it would be neat to add pockets to the outside for lightweight picture books.)


"Kid Date Night" Envelope

Kid “Date Night” Envelope- such a genius idea! They'll be BEGGING you to leave on a date!

The mom picked a scripture for each child that she prayed over them for an entire year. She traced their hand, wrote the scripture on it, laminated it, and placed it in her Bible