Pumpkins ripen in gardens and vegetable gardens, which means that soon we will be able to enjoy delicious cereals and pies! You can also make many different crafts out of pumpkin!
Have you recently purchased a refrigerator or TV? Don't rush to throw out the boxes. We've picked 10 cardboard box toy ideas for you.
When all the toys are tired, rice, beans, pasta and various cereals come to the rescue. But not for food. Today we'll talk about games and how to paint these products.
There is no time to be bored in spring! There are many things to do: plant seedlings, observe the first flowers, meet the first birds and insects, watch the clouds, enjoy the melted snow and the first rain, take pictures of blossoming apple trees, celebrate Easter and much more. You can’t list everything, you won’t have time for everything. Still, here's a list of the 5 most important things to do in spring.
- wonderful leisure time with children, useful for the development of sensory abilities and the baby's nervous system.
You can draw not only with pencils and paints. There are many unusual and fun ways to draw your kids will love and be creative.
New Year is the most magical holiday. But what is the new year without a tree? It's time to review and update your toy stock. You can buy them in the store, or you can do the fascinating process of creating Christmas tree decorations and decorations with your own hands.
Every child has the desire to know the world around. Experiments are a great tool for this. They will be interesting for both preschoolers and children of primary school age.
We offer a selection of simple entertaining chemical experiments for children that can be easily done at home. When the autumn storm canceled the walk, these experiences will add variety to your leisure time with your child!
Autumn is the best time to collect and make a herbarium of flowers, spikelets and leaves ... But today we will consider an unusual way of preparing leaves for handicrafts - skeletonizing. Leaf skeleton is the process of removing the soft tissue of the leaf without affecting the veins and stems. The soft tissues of the leaf (scientifically "epidermis") are removed in various ways, and the so-called "skeleton" remains - an openwork mesh of veins. There are several ways to skeletonize leaves. Let's consider the simplest ones.
We continue to play little scientists. The topic of the lesson today is entertaining chemistry. Do not be afraid, we will not blow up anything. All experiments are completely safe. To set them up, you do not need difficultly available reagents. It will be quite enough what is in the kitchen and in the first aid kit. However, the minimum safety precautions should be observed: wear rubber gloves, protect your eyes with glasses, move away from the laboratory table at a safe distance (1.5-2 meters), open the window. For experiments, do not use utensils intended for food purposes. So let's get started!
Yesterday my five-year-old miracle once again quieted suspiciously in the kitchen. In anticipation of new surprises, I went to him and found a whole battery of glasses with suspicious-looking liquids of all colors of the rainbow. Foamy goo spread over the table and dripped onto the floor ... "What are you doing ?!" I asked. “Well, I want to become a professor. Look, he made all sorts of elixirs. Do you want me to tell you the composition? ”Then a ten-minute pseudo-scientific lecture on magic elixirs and their properties followed. In order not to miss such a significant moment with the child's development, I decided to pick up simple, but real experiences and do them with my son. So, let the work of your home scientific laboratory be considered open!