Deck the Walls!


This easy to remove kid-friendly tree takes only pennies to make.


What's needed:
Washi tape
Clear command hooks
Scrapbook paper
Twinkle lights

1. 
Cut out ornaments and a star from scrapbook paper. We traced around a hot cocoa mug on the back of our scrapbook paper to create an ornament template.  

2.
Attach washi tape on the wall in a triangle shape for the tree and a rectangle for the base.

3.
Using a zig zag pattern we placed 6 command hooks on the wall to affix the lights. 
(Have no fear the command hooks easily remove and won't damage your walls.)

4. 
Allow the kids to 'decorate' the tree with your paper ornaments. Kids may also enjoy decorating individual ornaments with crayons or puffy paint. 



 Such a beautiful and eco-friendly way to celebrate the season. We just had to share!

Fa la la la la la la la la! 

GIFT TO OUR FOLLOWERS: Paper Pockets, A Gnome Exchange Game






We are very excited to be back and are pleased to offer our FREE Paper Pockets Gnome Exchange Game; a fun and playful way to teach children about coinage.  For younger children it can be used as an introduction to counting or simply playing pretend.


Here's how it works...

The Gnome bankers need help filling the tills at Toadstool bank. Match the coins to the correct spots while learning the value of each coin.





Learn even more by helping Mr. Gnome exchange coins.  Place a hand full of coins onto the pocket. Then help Mr. Gnome reduce the coins in his pocket by exchanging small value coins for larger value ones. The goal is to have the same amount of money with least amount of coins.  Print two and have a race with a friend to see who can lighten the pockets faster!




Have even more fun calculating and writing with decimals on our printable tablet.

Enjoy!







Funfetti Magnetism Discovery Bottle


We saved the best for last! In the finale of our Sensory Bottles Series, fun is magnetic! With our Funfetti Magnetism Discovery Bottle, simply wave the magnet wand and the pipe cleaner funfetti zooms through the air to you. Pour it out, pick it back up, the fun is limitless!

MATERIALS

  • Recycled Neuro Water bottle
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • Magnet Wand
1
Cut pipe cleaners into 1/4 inch - 1/2 inch pieces.

2
Put pieces into an empty recycled Neuro Water Bottle.

3
Wave the wand around the bottle and see the pieces fly to you!


 Ages 4 +, small objects can be a chocking hazard for young children. Use with supervision. 






Lava Sensory Bottle



Let off some steam and keep your inner fire burning with our Lava Sensory Bottle. Watch as the 'molten magma' oozes. The water and oil in this project make for a perfect sensory combination and for a classic science experiment. 



MATERIALS

  • Recycled Sonic Neuro Bottle
  • Water (1/2 of bottle)
  • Red Food Coloring (7 drops)
  • Vegetable Oil (1/2 of bottle)




1
Combine water and food coloring, mix and pour into a recycled Sonic Neuro bottle.

2
Add oil.

3
Seal lid with glue if desired. 




ENJOY!





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