Yarn monster is an incredible activity including cutting, coloring, sticking and threading. It is an ideas activity for preschoolers as well as early schoolers and works on many skills. You child can create some really scary monsters or some silly ones.
For us, X always stand for Xmas. We have made some really lovely Christmas crafts but wanted to try something new this time. This lovely Santa is always welcoming with open arms. Makes a wonderful craft for your child and also sits on your table to cheer you up. It's fun to push him down… Continue reading X For Xmas Popping Santa – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z
Getting crafty also means getting hands dirty and if we are getting them dirty then why not include something sensory too. Slime is hated by many adults but loved by every child. The sticky texture gives them a soothing feeling and a great play says my 7- year old. I've bought varieties of slime over… Continue reading U For Unicorn Slime – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z
I used to make thaumatropes when in school and I'm sure you did too. Didn't know then that it had such a fancy name. It used to come and go as a trend. It was a bird in a cage design that we made. A thaumatrope is an optical toy that was very popular during… Continue reading T For Thaumatrope – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z
Every kid is fascinated by robots. Especially when they are controlled by a remote. The look, the design and the idea of a robot following commands is what is attractive for them. George Devol, an American invented the first industrial robot called "Unimate". They sold it to General Motors later. George Devol alongwith Joseph Engelberger… Continue reading R For Robot Designing – Get Crafty #BlogchatterA2Z