There’s something irresistible about pompoms, isn’t there!? For children and adults alike, those soft fluffy yarn balls are as fun to look at as they are to play with. Even the word “pompom” is fun to say! We use pompoms as a crafting material, as manipulatives for learning activities (counting/sorting/etc.), and with this project we turned them into homemade jewelry and put together this how-to so you can too!
My daughter is currently into everything rainbow, so we were delighted when our recent Kiwico Koala Crate arrived and the theme was Rainbows. If you aren’t familiar with Kiwico, they offer a subscription service focused on science and art for kids 0-16+. We’re really big fans! Our Rainbow Koala Crate came with three great artsContinue reading “Rainbow Art – Tissue Paper Bleeding”
We’re currently going through a major “everything rainbow” phase in our house – ever since we got our rainbow themed Kiwico Koala Crate in February, my daughter has been obsessed with rainbows. I love themed crafts, and who doesn’t love rainbows, so I’ve embraced the obsession (from breakfast to bath and bed time) and thisContinue reading “3D Paper Rainbow (with bonus science experiment)”
Flossing is tricky to teach to a toddler, so I wanted to find a fun way to help my daughter understand how to do it properly and practice. Here’s what we used: Construction paper (pink for the mouth and red for the tongue) Scissors Black marker Glue (I used a glue gun, but white glueContinue reading “Dental Hygiene Part 2: Flossing”
Taste-safe recipe for sensory play rainbow pasta