Play silks can be used in a multitude of ways in creative play to stimulate a child’s imagination. Make your own play silks at home using kid-friendly dyes such as Kool-Aid, Egg Dyes and Tissue Paper! View this kids activity at Rachael Rabbit!
Explore a great artist and make your own masterpiece using the wiggliest, jiggliest medium there is! Good for toddlers up to big kids because, who doesn’t love jello?! View this kids activity at Lalymom!
Not only is weaving beautiful, it’s a great way to practice fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and patterning. Stop by to learn how to make your own little looms from popsicle sticks! View this kids activity at Buggy and Buddy!
Paint individual rocks with face parts, such as different eyes, mouths and noses. Then use them to make different silly faces! Add leaves and plants as hair and ears. View this kids activity at Teach Beside Me!
As you work together begin the conversation of why there are 13 stripes, why the colors red, white & blue and why 50 stars. A great, hands on activity to introduce your child to the American flag as a symbol of our country. View this kids activity at Carrots Are Orange!