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Stained glass painting - minus the mess! #DIY #KidsCraft

Mess-Free Art: Stained Glass Window Painting

These would stretch the extent of my rock painting talents!

The Barbapapas make a great DIY toy project - little kids can look for smooth stones and help paint the background color. Mom can add the faces later. This project is easy and a great toy!

Potatismjöl 4, 5 dl och vatten 8 dl. Lägg till grön karamell färg så blir det "slime"

Potatismjöl 4, 5 dl och vatten 8 dl. Lägg till grön karamell färg så blir det "slime"

water play #crafts KIDS

DIY Water Wall

Fun with water, great recycled plastic bottle project. This could be pretty if you used wine bottles. It's just a matter of figuring out how to cut a hole in the side.

Construction area display -Mudpies and Marmalade- an Early Years Journey. ≈≈

Idea to inspire block play in the Nido Construction area display -Mudpies and Marmalade- an Early Years Journey.

Put real spiderwebs on paper... great way to preserve a spiderweb on paper to explore/look at

Put real spiderwebs on paper. great way to preserve/ examine a spiderweb - Interesting!I'd have to get close enough to the spider web to actually do this.

Wire ceiling art: A collection of pictures captured during two different CMU Study Abroad trips to Reggio Emilia, Italy ≈ ≈ For more inspiring pins http://pinterest.com/kinderooacademy/reggio-inspired/

Wire ceiling art: A collection of pictures captured during two different CMU Study Abroad trips to Reggio Emilia, Italy

Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles.

Fun thing to do in the winter- fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off they look like giant marbles. crafts-and-diy-projects

Create a class garden by measuring students' heights using yarn, then placing a flower at the top!

Math wall---"How Tall am I?" Flower Sprouts with the kids' names on the flowers. This would be great as a beginning and end of the year activity! I can just imagine how much the kids would giggle over their comparisons :-)