Keeping the kids busy. Here is a list of 13 things I made with things I had lying around and never thought of using. Like painting with bubble wrap. They especially love rainbow experiments!
We are always looking for fun activities to do with our kids where we can use paper toilet rolls or other materials we can recycle. One of the materials that we always have enough of are paper rolls. And I can imagine the same applies to you. What do you need? Paper rolls A ruler […]
The 3-way Montessori mirror (mirror box / mirror corner board) has been on my wishlist for some time now. Yesterday when we were at the library I saw a small homemade version and I thought: I can do that. What did I use: 3 square mirrors from IKEA Duck tape I didn’t have to go […]
Maximan has been busy with numbers and counting. If something looks like a lot, he calls it “incountable (niet te tellen)”. First, I started searching on the internet for the decimal system, hoping I would find an affordable one. Which, unfortunately I didn’t. I did find a great printable and decided to make everything myself. […]
I can’t remember when but I made an Advent Calender before. Every day had a different story. We have used the same calendar the last couple of years, suplemented with the Lego advent calender. This year I got inspired by Marloes Driezes on Instagram to make a new advent calender. I have been working on […]
Today I made two busy bag activities. If you’re not familiar with the busy bag concept, you can check out my Pinterest Board here. Basically, it’s a small bag containing a re-usable activity for your child to do independently. A collection of these little wonders can be invaluable when you’re trying to get dinner on […]