Kids can make fun DIY paint brushes with different materials, like twigs and leaves, ribbon, pom poms and pipe cleaners.
Just print out this socks printable,cut it and optionally laminate it. Then your kids can play match it with the socks.
This color match clothes pins activity is great for learning different shades of color and it is tricky enough to keep kids busy for a long time.
I like the idea of making a fun and educational toy for my son that he can play with over and over again and that actually teach him something. This activity will teach reading and practice fine motor skills.
When we played it we simplified it by writing every letter but the first letter of the sight word on the Popsicle stick. Then we wrote a letter to the clothes pin. That way you can easily teach words with the same ending such as cat and bat.
What’s this? Popsicle sticks and clothing pins? What can I build with it? Let’s find out!
This quiet bin is a great building activity that helps foster creativity. Popsicle sticks and clothespins are all you need for this educational activity. Kids build different things by attaching Popsicle sticks to the clothes pins.
It literally takes 1 minute for this activity to be ready to play, and you very likely already have clothes pins in your home.
My kids usually struggle to pin clothes pins onto something. But in this activity they only have to take the pins off, which makes it easier for younger kids to play with.
If you have older kids, ask them to put the pins on the basket.