recipie~ (sorry I did not measure the ingerdients out) but I used roughly about 3/4 box of corn starch (corn flour in the uk) and about 1 cup of cranberry sauce (we used fresh homemade but you can use canned) Mix till it becomes a dough, if sticky add more corn starch if to dry add more cranberry sauce. Once dough is formed have fun playing. Once play time is done just simply add water and start all over with a cranberry Oobleck. note-add little bit of water at a time and mix before adding more water.
Done by writing a message on some foam turkeys. Then cover the message with shaving cream and let ur kid/kids clean each turkey off the read the message. (we used a spray bottle but you can use anything you would like) (my message to my kids just said "happy thanksgiving"
We put some chores on foam turkeys (we got from walmart for $1) Then on thanksgiving each kid will pick a chore to do for the day. Some chores we put down were- Setting table Help put food on table Help put food away
In a tray put some shaving cream then in another container mix some more shaving cream with either red paint or red food coloring. Add the red shaving cream in lines to the white shaving cream. Then cut out some candy cane shapes and let ur kid/kids lay them on top of the shaving cream and push down some. Once done lay them to dry then if you want you can wipe off the rest of the shaving cream and ur candy cane will be done! note- You can add some mint extract
make one box of jello, once it is done take out of container and palce on plate.
note before placing mix in container, rub the container with a little bit of oil first so it comes out easier and in one piece.
Once on plate make a couple different cups of different colored water. (we used food coloring to color the water) Then let ur kid/kids put color into the jello by different kinds of eye droppers or whatever you pick for them to use.
Great sensory play and alos great for teaching colors.
Great for any play vet or doctores~ First cut a bandage shape out of some felt. Then either glue or stick a piece of velcro to the inside or you can also roll a small piece of tape and stick it to the inside. Both work. note- you can also make a long bandage (to wrap around a arm or paw) and put the velcro at one end, wrap it and stick the velcrom to the other end.
Learning bin- Done with cranberries Great for sensory play and also a great teaching tool. Before I let my kids play I went over how most people harvest creanberries. Wet Harvesting- I used these two pages for info-http://www.wikihow.com/Harvest-Cranberries andhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cranberry And once done me and my kids went over what tool (that I gave them) would be best to harvest the cranberries.
This year again we will also be making homemade cranberry sauce, so stay tunned in!~
recipie~ To make just mix shaving cream and baking soda. I used one box of baking soda and about half of a bottle of shavign cream. You want to mix in shaving cream till the "snow" becomes moldable. Then once ur kid/kids are done playing give them a spray bottle (or any kind of bottle) with vinegar and watch as the snow erupts!~
It might be nov. but to my daughter her pumpkins are just as good as the first day they were picked, and to be honest they are. So being a toddler she wanted to play with them. That is how this came up. Pumpkin washing! Throw some pumpkins in a bin or sink add some soap, water, cup, and a dish scrubber(or what ever you would like to use) and let ur little one/ones have fun washing pumpkins. note- these were pumpkins were painted before, so she loved trying to get all the paint off.
Diwali (दीवाली) is a Hindu "festival of lights" celebrated at the new moon in the month of Kartika, around the time of the autumn harvest, autumnal equinox, and the start of the winter sowing. Hiltebeitel mentions claims that the celebration of Diwali can be traced to A.D. 50-100 and that it comes from an autumnal festival for the dead (making it thematically related to the Western Halloween). learn more here- http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/holidaysfestivals/g/102210-Diwali.htm light holder my daughter made using play dough, beads, and a led light.
everyone is unique! First start by painting or coloring a plate brown. then use trace hand cut outs and glue them for the feathers and for the neck/face use a trace cut out of ur little ones foot. For the beak and feet I just cut them out of paper.
Great for rainy days! The wal lsi done with paint and foam, the water is colored with little bit of food coloring, and I added some cotton balls for clouds but I would suggest sticking to shaving cream for that. Then I gave my little ones different things to make "rain", the strainer worked best for us.
need- 1 white foam cup black paint piece of paper red marker or crayon pen glue
First paint ur cup with black dots, can make it unique by using ur finger print. Then cut a big circle out of the paper and two dog ears. paint black dots on the dog ears and glue them on, once done cut a C out of the big circle and colors it all red and palce a number (this is the hat) To finish fit the hat on the dog cup and Done!
need- 1 plate leaves or anything else you would want to use for it contact paper string (to hang)
First cut out the center of the plate, then lay the flat side on a piece of sticky contact paper. Now its time to decorate! Once done add another piece of contact paper to the other side,(so the sticky sides are toghter) cut a hole add string and hang!!!