A Project for Fall! — Revolutionaries Market
Hello my blog friends! I'm so pumped to share a project I finished today! It's simple, cheap, quick, and fall-y (yes, that is a word). Anyway... I've been diligently collecting these for what seems like forever:
Have everyone who is playing get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball and the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can and anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice is trying to roll doubles as quickly as they can so they get a turn. As soon as they get doubles they pass the dice to the person next to them and then they get the tape ball.
Children's Art: Process VERSUS Product
IT'S FEBRUARY!!! HAPPY FEBRUARY!!!!!! HAPPY HEARTS!!!!! HAPPY 100th DAY!!!! by Debbie Clement Today is going to be about all things C...
How To Make Fireflies That Really Light Up
Remember when you were a kid how magical it was when the summer sun finally set at the end of the day and the fireflies came out and you never wanted to come inside even though your older sister told you your house was built on a graveyard and the zombies would come out at night? Well, here’s a super quick craft to help your kids feel a little bit of that magic. These fireflies are super easy to make. Just pop a flameless LED tealight into a plastic Easter egg.
Edible Art – Grape + Toothpick Sculptures are Healthy and Fun!
These edible art grape and toothpick sculptures were the kids' after school snack yesterday. They were fun to make, briefly admire, and then eat! Edible art is the perfect combination of delicious and engaging. Oh, and healthy. Make Your Own Edible Art Sculptures These grape and toothpick sculptures are similar to the marshmallow & toothpick sculptures that we've tried in the past, but much easier and so much better. Grapes are perfect for this activity. Really. Perfect…
Tutorial on Multi-Colored Flower Washer Necklace!
Things you will need: Silver Crafting Wire Colored Alcohol Ink Small sponge Suede Necklace Rope 1 1" Washer 5 Smaller Washers. I believe 3/8 size. 5 should fit all the way around 1" washer. Steps: Lay all your washers on cardboard or thick paper. You can use any alcohol ink of your choice. I like to use Greens, Blue, Purples and Browns. After choosing colors you will then squeeze small amounts of the alcohol ink on the washers one color at a time and then use your sponge to blot it. The…