kids. Friday , April 21st , 2017 - 15:06:09 PM
2.Allow your child to make decisions about what goes were, providing them with helpful tips on how to do so. For example, with six drawers, let him decide where you puts his crayons and where his pants go. That way, he takes ownership in the organization process.
There are hundreds of possibilities for an afternoon of indoor fun with kids craft kits. With a simple leather working kit, your child can create a wallet, belt or a pair of moccasins. Other kits teach kids step-by-step how to make friendship bracelets, lanyards and other items from fiber or plastic lacing. Kids can even make potholders with a simple loop loom. Finding a craft kit your child will enjoy is a snap.
Take the balsa wood airplane and try to fly just the body (no wings or fins). It flips all over the place. Try flying just the large wing (no body). Somersaults! Now slide the large wing into the body and fly (fewer somersaults, but still sickening to fly in!). Now add a horizontal stabilizer (elevator) tail, and when you throw it, add a slight curve so the plane "fishtails" in the air (like a car) but did you notice that there are no more somersaults? Add the vertical tail (rudder) and see how it now steers straight no matter how to curve-throw it.
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