kids. Wednesday , March 29th , 2017 - 19:36:03 PM
Your Sunday School group, daycare children, or preschool group will love to make duct tape crafts. This is one of those wonderfully versatile projects that can be adapted to virtually any lesson. You can choose colors and patterns of duct tape to go with a lesson or just provide a wide variety and allow the kids to be incredibly creative. Some projects require only duct tape, while others can be supported or complemented with things such as wire, cardboard, craft sticks or colored paper. This list is certainly not all inclusive.
Finally, be supportive, positive and patient. You cant force your kids to eat healthy or enjoy exercise. Otherwise, they will learn to dislike the idea.I have good friends who have three kids that are very close in age. The other night I was over at their house and the parents, lets call them Randi and Mason, were telling my wife and I that they feel like there is a mob mentality in the house. They felt that the kids gang up on them to get their way. I was a little taken aback.
Homemade clay. There are lots of recipes out there for homemade clay, this one is very easy, if a little messy! You will need, flour, 12 day old slices white bread (with the crusts removed), cup of white glue, food coloring. Tear the bread into chunks and put in bowl, add the glue and mix really well with your hand until it becomes a unified mass. Turn out onto a floured board and need until the clay is no longer sticky. You may need to add tiny bits of flour as you go. To color the clay, pull off a chunk and add a drop or two of food coloring. Knead well to incorporate the color. Let the kids form whatever designs they like, then air dry the pieces. It will take a day or two depending on how big the pieces are. Paint the dried clay designs if you like. Clean up with soap and water.Cold and rainy days are the number one cause of bored, listless and unhappy children. Kids need more to keep them occupied than mindless TV shows and video games when they cannot go outside to play. The following five activities will help keep your kids busy when they are trapped with you inside the house.
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