Science is always fun with do with a child. It allows them to develop new concepts about how our world works. Children are naturally curious and by being actively involved they will remember what they have experienced. You will need: ½ cup vinegar ½ cup water Glass or clear container 1 tablespoon baking soda 2 tablespoons raisins/popcorn kernels/dry rice/dry beans Towel Directions: Put the food into the glass Add the water to the glass Add vinegar and baking soda to the gla
You will need: Contact paper Tissue paper Tape Cut up some pieces of tissue paper. I like to use all different colors but if you were studying a particular color it would be pretty to have different shades of that color. Next, peel off the backing on some contact paper and tape it to a wall or window. This is always tricky for me and I usually end up with the contact paper all stuck together. So after you untangle it and you little one gets their hands on it, it will look s
Perogies are the favorite food my daughter. There are many recipes how to make perogies. Also, you can make them with different fillings like potato and cheddar cheese, potato and cottage cheese, cabbage, even fruits. I will share my favorite recipe of perogies with potato and cheddar cheese. For making the dough, you will need: 6 cups (1cup – 250ml) all-purpose flour, sifted 2 large eggs 1 tbsp salt 2 cups (500ml) water rolling pin For the filling, you will need: 5lb potatoe
It’s not a secret that every child loves cake! Unfortunately, most cakes contain high amounts of sugar and other ingredients that are unhealthy for children. Therefore, I would like to share with you a healthy cake recipe, filled with fruit and other nutrients. Ingredients: For Biscuit: 1 egg 3 tbsp (or less) of sugar of your choice 100 ml of milk 1 tsp baking powder 4 tbsp oat flour Pinch of salt For Yogurt Filling: 15 g of gelatin 300 ml of hot water 500 g of yogurt of your
Encouraging sensory play for infants is so important. Luckily, it can also be incredibly inexpensive when you are creative. All the materials that you need for his activity are a large plastic container, lukewarm water, a towel or sheet (this can be excluded if this activity is brought outside) and large pebbles (at least egg sized, or larger). Fill the container with water and place the pebbles inside. Put the container on the towel/sheet and place it on the floor, or wherev
Arrange your skittles in a circle at a bottom of a white dish. Pour WARM water in the middle of the skittles circle and watch what happens!
Have fun making different types of rainbows with how you arrange the skittles.
Which child doesn’t like tasting stuff? I don’t know too many! With this activity your child can make juice ice cubes then taste them after! Supplies that you’ll need are a can of juice, jug, water, cup, large spoon and ice cube tray. Firstly open up the can of juice for your child and have them pour it into the jug. Next get them to fill up a cup with water and get them to pour it into the jug and keep doing this until the jug is full. Once that is done now have them take th
Material: Paint sample cards. Select 2 identical sheets for each color you want to use. Clothespins. Scissors. Glue. (I prefer glue dots.) Strips of cardboard cut into the same shape as the paint sample cards (optional). Container to hold the clothespins. Procedure: Separate the paint sample cards into 2 identical piles. Using only the first pile, cut small rectangles of each shade from the paint sample cards. Glue each rectangle onto a separate clothespin. If you want to ma
Hello my friends~! How are you doing? The weather is getting nice and nice. Hope you and your family enjoy a lots of family time. Do you like small fish? Do you like watching small fish swim freely in the water? I was very fond of small fish when I was a kid, and I also like to raise small fish. The editor not only catches fish, but also folds the fish with paper. Do the children want to learn? Teach you if you want to learn. Today we are going to learn the origami method of
This here is a fun activity to do with your children for Mother's Day! It's a way to spend time together and work on a fun art activity! It allows the child to make a beautiful art piece for mom while exploring and being creative! Supplies: Construction paper
Paint or other colours Instructions: Take whatever colour of construction paper the child likes and have them fold it in half. Have them lay their hand on it and trace it, adding an extra finger that will