wish I had thought of this when my kids were small. We used kitchen chairs.Using tension rods to make a tent in the hallway for the kids, instead of dragging out all the kitchen chairs. I like this idea!
Time-In instead of a Time-out is a good way to calm a child without spanking or doing other disciplinary options. this can work on may ages. It is a good way to show the children to behave I could see myself sing this option instead of others.
Toilet paper rolls are those items that we use every day. Instead of just throwing those empty toilet paper tubes out, we can repurpose them as creative crafts for kids or home decoration. Here are Homemade Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for your inspiration.
Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party! **Take the picture on the last day of school.
A pinner says: Soap Mud! Soap mud is a soft, foamy, glorious goop, which is wonderful for squeezing and squishing with hands and feet! It is often referred to as "clean mud" as it really does have the feeling of warm, wet mud.
this one sounds even easier to make: bubble snakes = easy quick craft. Cut the bottom off water bottle. Put old sock over bottom and duct tape. Add food coloring for fun. Dip end in dish soap mixed with a little water
An idea for Tom to build for me for any students with fine motor difficulties and a fun activity for our grandkids. Homemade busy board for fine motor skill development - this is heaven for a curious kid!
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