DIY Cardboard Roll Projector Word Shadow Show!
Eco-friendly way to learn Chinese characters with a DIY cardboard roll projector! This activity is easy to prepare with materials you have at home!
Take a Chance Bulletin Board
This board was designed after a post on Pinterest. Each hand-folded envelope had a card in it that dared the reader to do something fun such as: “Smile at a stranger” “Eat dessert…
Standing Pool Noodle Game * ages 4+ ⋆
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Pool Noodle Pom Pom Shooter
This pool noodle pom pom shooter is a fun STEM kids' activity that packs loads of fun! Learn and build by making pom poms shoot out of pool noodles!
Back-2-Back Game // Drawing Game for Kids - Kids Art Classes, Camps, Parties and Events - Small Hands Big Art
You have to see this fun drawing game for kids we played at our art summer camp in our children's art studio in Charlotte, NC.
Giant Board games - A girl and a glue gun
Part 2 of my daughter’s party with Oriental Trading is….GAMES! What’s more fun than games…? GIANT GAMES! I have a couple super fun ones for you! They are perfect for a backyard party! We hung them on the fences and side of the house…but we could totally find a blank wall in the house […]
Gentle exercise for the arms as well as an opportunity to socialize! This is a great for game for the elderly which is suitable for people living with dementia.
Human Ring Toss Game – A Fun and Easy Summer Outdoor Game for Kids
This Human Ring Toss was such a fun and easy game to pull together, and I wanted to share it with you all. Come on in and check out the Human Ring Toss Game – A Fun and Easy Summer Outdoor Game for Kids Human Ring Toss – A Fun Summer Outdoor Game to Play …
Snakes - A Trust and Team Building Activity
Snakes uses non-verbal communication to guide a team through this trust and team-building activity.Learn more and find more activities like Snakes at www.myp...
Popsicle Stick Catapult: STEM Activity | Mombrite
Check out how you can make a simple popsicle stick catapult with materials you already have at home. It's a fun STEM project that you can do with your kids indoors on a rainy day!