It is often the case that mom has something important to do and that the child needs all of her attention at the same time. The mother should quickly propose something to put the situation under control. Since many parents are often out of breath to serve their children, their home and their work at the same time, we have tried to list a collection of DIY ideas and tips for crafting with children because parents who are often over-promoted have meaning for their children and continue to clean up. to do.
Playing has a lot to do with sensory perception, so our suggestions are about the senses:
Creativity is stimulated
Discover the world with simple means
Early practice ….
DIY ideas that save time and money
1) All that rattles ..
Fill a container of rice, beans, peas, pebbles, sticks, clam shells or anything else that comes to mind and play a sensory role.
2) The game with cereals
Transfer legumes or cereals from one container to another with the help of a spoon
3) diligence would like to be learned
Just let the child pick up the small grains in the container.
Fill a mason jar with various items and let the child remove only the nuts and glass beads with a spoon, with tweezers or ice tongs.
5) the responsibility
Give the child the task of carrying water from one container to another with the help of a spoon or sponge.
6) Kids love it colorful
Make the game with clay even more exciting with stones or colored buttons.
Stickers are always a success
A sensory box drives the senses
7) DIY handmade paper funnels
Transfer water with funnel
8) The relationship between objects
Children take small items in the full container and examine what is happening through the opening.
Stick sticks or sticks on a piece of paper.
10) Learn to use the scissors
Cut round holes in a cardboard box and have your child fill them with the above items.
Play with colors
11) Better than television
Make a crack in the lid of a jar and have the child throw away coins or tokens.
12) Learn the order
Sort toys by category
13) Develop the sensation
Crumple, tear or cut a piece of paper.
14) Sustainable games
Cut out images from old magazines and paste them on a piece of paper
15) The job is always better than nothing
Glasses and / or bottles with screw cap, open and close.
16) scrape and refuel
Empty the pieces of a purse and bring them back into
17) Use old money cards as a toy
Take out old useless plastic cards from an old wallet and put them back in place
18) Responsibility of parents
Make lollipop stems or count the collection with stickers
19) Discover the world of the macro
Paint an image with soap and a piece of cloth
20) crafts with blanks
Paint damaged CD or DVD discs with bright pens
21) Crafts with blanks and modeling clay
Crafting with children can be just as useful for parents
Learn to hit
Exploring screw caps
You can not just eat pasta
22) Small experiences at home
Coat an old CD with glue, treat it with small beans and let it dry. Then trace the outlines to the felt.
23) Old cell phones are a great toy
Press the buttons on a keypad or phone
24) Discovery Apartment
Past the drawers in the kitchen (make sure there is no dangerous object there)
25) The drawers are exciting
Explore the drawers at the work table.
Punch the paper with a punch
27) creative employment
Give the child a plastic box filled with small pieces of paper and let it beat to the rhythm of his heart.
28) Manufacture with paper
Make a paper chain, garland u.s.w
29) Play with Tesa's movie
Apply a suitable adhesive to the floor with Tesafilm and let the child peel it.
30) Communicating ideas
Connect several miniature cars with Tesafilm
Learn to do paperwork
31) Physical proposals as a child's play
Sprinkle double-sided tape with cereals or colored stones
32) The flaws and the bases of color theory
Sort a pack of colorful straws by color
33) artistic exercises
Draw the child's hands on a sheet of paper and turn each finger into a little man.
34) generate tension
Prepare small packages with surprises! Leave some white to enhance the effect.
35) Sort the articles
Put various objects in empty boxes and sort them by size
36) Study the personality
Discover the different structures and textures
37) craft with rolls of toilet paper
Roll a roll of toilet paper or a kitchen roll
38) Play with color without messing up
Put paint in a resealable bag and stick it near the window! Have the child distribute the paint with his fingers inside the bag.
39) magnetic games
Give the child a big magnet and let him understand how it works
Theuse a neutral color
40) Play with food
Have the child sort the pasta by shape
41) play with water
Remove the objects from a glass filled with water using a spoon
42) Loosen the nodes and the nodes
Try to solve different nodes
43) Play with simple means
Let the child pull the cords through the holes
44) The kitchen as a playground
Try to drop the lollipops into the holes of a sieve
45) crafts with clothespins
Try to tie as many clothespins as possible to the edge of a bucket or cardboard box.
46) Storage together
Pick up the toy in baskets
47) cooking and playing
Find the beans and peas that have sank in containers containing semolina.
48) Manufacture with wire
Pull a long thread and make a ball
49) Manufacture with paper and wire
Cut the animals into paper and ask your child to wrap them with yarn or wool
50) Paste, paste, remove
51) to be patient
Fill small items in a bottle with a narrow neck
Transfer water – this may take some time
52) Make jewelry yourself
Make a noodle necklace
You with a gondola hums
54) Unpack, it's fun
Wrap buttons or nuts like candies and let the kids come off the film
55) Educate the little assistants
Pack things in aluminum foil and send the kids to a discovery circuit
Have the children examine the tea bags and put them back in the tea box.
Magnets are magic
The old blanks are great for crafting
57) Pipette and drops
Collect the water with a pipette and let it drain again
58) Design the room vertically
Attach the magnets to the fridge
59) All that is new and interesting …
Attach a note or photo with the magnet
60) Manufacture with natural materials
Pour the semolina on the table and paint a picture with your finger or a pencil
61) Everything is possible
Have the child sweep little things on the floor
62) Suction the water with a sponge
Shake the water and let it dry with a sponge
63) For older children
Play with polystyrene (suitable for age)
64) Immerse the ships and make them appear
Place different objects on the surface of the water and observe what is flowing and what is emerging
65) The instinct of touch
Use tweezers to move small objects from A to B
66) Summer Games
Pour liquid soap on a plate and let it foam
Never painted with shaving cream?
67) Crafts with egg carton
Fill an egg box with items
68) Learn, learn, learn.
Wrap a colored wire around the teeth of the hairbrush
69) still in order
Arrange the Tupperware in the kitchen depending on the size
70) The little assistant in the kitchen
Organize cutlery in groups
71) Manufacture with plastic cups
Build a tower of plastic or paper cups
72) The child (almost) independent
Put a few items in a big bag and let the child find them and collect them
73) Playing with pliers and pliers
Secure the clothespins to the sleeves of the child and have them removed
The roundabout is a classic
Paint with soap
74) You can take everything to play and tinker
Make a colorful artistic installation in the hallway with the help of sticky notes.
75) The senses of the child
Explore the wool yarn
76) Joy is an indicator of correction
Crush the cotton or feathers and show the child how to blow it away from your palm.
77) Cow councils as a tool
Painting with headphones and shaving cream
78) depth charges
Fill the balloons with water and play with them!
Paint the ball!
Knead the dough
80) Give the child buttons, beads, colored stones and shells, and have them sorted by category
81) Make an extra rug for your child with buttons or other accessories.
82) Make small figures with chopsticks and lollipop stems
83) Make small boats to load you with rhinestones and put them in the water (sink or container).
84) Inspect your makeup bag for sharp objects and have the child examine
85) buttons on a garment and button
86) Open and close the lock with a key
Sew buttons and discover shapes and colors
Peeling off Tesa Stripes is fun
Be a good model
87) Look at photo albums
88) Give the child a mirror to examine his face.
89) Ask the child to paint with unusual materials, such as eye shadows
90) Spread a piece of A4 paper with glue and sprinkle the child with colored stones, rice or semolina
Build a tower of colorful cups
What is flowing and what is reappearing?
Play with expired plastic cards
Cut and paste
Fill the balloons with water
91) assign creative tasks
Have the child make a plasticine "pie"
92) Painting models
Draw a letter or number on a sheet and let the child paint it
Let the child be creative with pasta and play dough
94) open and closed
Remove the caps from all the pins and replace them.
"Paint" images with brown rice or spelled
Explore and sort old pieces
Sort the straws by color
Everything is allowed
Let your child learn about the water and learn how to love him / her
96) Fun in the bathroom and in the kitchen
Let the child play with soapy water and wash his plate
97) Ask the children to discover and create
Give the child colored ropes and let him play with
98) getting to know the forms
Tear long, narrow strips of paper and roll them up and down.
99) The essential is fun
Fill the colored balloons with various beans or toys and let the child guess what it contains!
Guess the objects in the ball
Recreate your hands and complete the chart
Use tweezers or tweezers to carry