Dinosaurs are synonymous with childhood; if you don’t have at least one plastic stegosaurus stuffed down the side of the couch, or a T-Rex emblazoning some item of apparel (and usually on a trick bicycle, for some weird reason) chances are you probably don’t have kids – or at least none from this planet.
Paper plates aren’t just a great hack for avoiding washing up – they’re also a brill’ way to get kiddies creating on the cheap. Check out these quick ‘n’ cute paper plate projects that are easy on the pocket, too.
If you’re looking for a way to entertain your critter (on the inevitable rainy day), whilst also imparting the lesson that even the most unlikely of sources can turn into something fun, bottle top stamps are where it’s at.
If you’re looking for a way to stimulate your tot’s fine motor skills development and engage their sense of curiosity, this simple tugging box ticks both…boxes. Plus, it sates a toddler’s innate need to tug and pull out items – so your drawers are safe. For a couple hours.
Get creative with nature’s art supplies! Collect pinecones before the winter chill sets in and get to work transforming them into super-adorable, woodsy critters…
Use this pinecone ‘owlie’ tutorial as inspiration to create an entire menagerie of forest friends (or a family of owlies!). Continue reading