|Autumn Leaf Mason Jar Candle Holder|
Tip: Don't have modge
podge? Use equal part liquid glue and water!
Bottle Cap Paint Pallet
Cup and Ball Game
Tip: Don't have a bead? Use a tiny ball of tin foil!
Paper Mache Piggy Bank
Make Your Own Paint
1. Mix 1 cup of warm water and 12 ounces each of white flour and table salt until you have a smooth liquid
2. Separate the mixture into different containers, and mix in 2-3 drops of food coloring to each container until it's a solid color.
Classic Coffee Filter Butterfly
- Basket coffee filter or a piece of paper towel
- Small googly eyes
- White glue
- Spray bottle with water (optional)
- Hold clothespin with grippy end (the part that holds the clothes),
- Glue googly eyes to grippy end. ( You can also draw eyes on with
a marker and add a mouth if you want.). Set aside to dry.
- Decorate coffee filter or paper towel with markers any way you want,
lines, dots, pictures, etc. The longer you hold the marker on the filter,
the more the colours will spread.
- If you like, after colouring the filter, spray with water and watch
the colours really spread and blend. Let dry.
- Start at one end of the filter and fold accordion style.
- Pinch filter in the middle, bunch it up a bit and put that area in the
grippy part of the clothespin. Adjust wings as needed.
- Cut a pipecleaner in half, so it’s not too long. Bend it into a
V and clip it in with the wings.
Feed the Caterpillar
- A naming colours, sorting, counting and graphing activity.
- 3 - 5 paper towel rolls
Paint, markers or coloured paper
- Make your caterpillars. Paint the rolls - you don’t need to
paint the whole thing. (Use markers or coloured paper if you don’t have paint)
- Attach googly eyes on top of the rolls, add a mouth if you want.
You can also add antennas on the back of the roll on the outside.
- Attach rolls to a wall or kitchen cupboard or fridge.
- Place bowls under each caterpillar to catch the pompoms.
- Start feeding the caterpillars!
- Once the pompoms have been fed (sorted) by colour, children can count
how many of each colour there are.
- Children can also sort pompoms by size, ex. big bigger biggest or
small, medium and large.
- With older children, you can make a graph recording and comparing the
number of each colour of pompoms or their sizes. They can then talk
about, for example, there are three more blue pompoms than green ones.
House Party - A free app that allows you to video chat with multiple friends at once! You can chat or even play games! You can lock your door to control who comes in your "house" or leave it open for others to join!
Heads up! - A game where one person holds the phone to their forehead so the family can see the screen, when a word pops up, the family has to give clues to help the person guess the word on the phone without saying the actual word!
Quiz Up - Challenge others to timed quizzes on a variety of topics!
Headspace - Need to chill out? A mindfulness expert will help make you calm and focused within 10 minutes.
Alien Assignment - Take photos around the house to complete missions
and help the aliens!