Play the classic game of memory or just simple matching of colors; cleverly disguised as a way to get kids off the couch too!
While you’re teaching your kids about labor day and why they get a day off of school… also talk about what kind of jobs they want to have as a grown up. Maybe one of them wants to wear a tool belt. Make a practice one out of paper!
Grab a knife, fork and spoon organizer and use it for a crayon, pencil and pen station – neat!
Looking for a good rainy day or party activity? Here’s an article with fun ideas to make your own ‘escape room’ for the kiddos!
Think codes, locks and keys, popping a balloon with a hidden note, a secret hiding place for clues, etc. etc. etc.
These are cute – make a couple to keep and several more to share!
Stick on letters to inexpensive plastic organizer boxes – FUN, simple!
Check out this great project for a handy parent that wants to make a donation to their child’s classroom!
This is a neat QUIET activity for learning or playing. You only need to whisper into the mouth end to hear in the ear end. This way, many kids can practice reading lessons without disturbing each other.
This would be a great project for a handy parent that wants to make a donation to their child’s classroom!
3 or 4-inch length of 1/2-inch PVC Pipe
1 1/2 or 2-inch length of 1/2-inch PVC Pipe
3 1/2-inch Elbows