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We thoroughly enjoyed reading through each of the activities! Some we have tried and many we have never even thought of! There are so many original ideas in this book that I know we will be kept busy by it for quite a while! Many of the activities can be adapted for younger and older kids and there are also lots of helpful notes! You will definitely enjoy this book with your kids!
Here's an example of some of the activities included in the book that we created at home!
Homemade Sidewalk Chalk (page 77)
We go through chalk so often that sometimes it's just easier to make our own. These larger chalk sticks last
Chalk is by far the most popular art supply we make and we often make it outside where the neighborhood kids can stop by and lend a hand. They love helping to make the chalk and some are beyond surprised that you can make it at home! They will enjoy drawing with it even more!
No-Sew No-Glue Tutu (page 63)
These Tutus are so easy to make! My daughter loves the one we made together! We used Red and Blue tulle and you can't see it because it is under the shirt, but there's a White star sewn to the elastic waistband. Can you tell she loves Captain America?
This activity can be used to practice fine motor skills for older children. Bean enjoyed helping me loop the tulle on and pulling to tighten them. Younger children might just enjoy picking which color to add next. Either way, they will enjoy running around in their new tutu that they helped make!
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