Reclaimed Window Coffee Tables
16 JAN Folks have shown a lot of interest in these after the first one we made last month and we’ve had quite a few requests for them. Here’s one just finished. We have at least two more coming within the next week or so. No two tables are identical, and every window is hand …
Backyard Dinosaur Dig - No Time For Flash Cards
Backyard Dinosaur dig activity for kids gets them exploring the outdoors as they enjoy learning about one of their favorites - dinos!
Got Kids? Make your own Dinosaur Fossils! | PaperVine
Hi Everyone I love this project – I do this every so often for my kids and they just always think it is so much fun! It involves making your own dinosaur “fossils” with small toys and Plaster of Paris Mix up the Plaster of Paris according to instructions Place your mold onto a solid surface Pour a little of the plaster mix into the mold Add your mini dinosaur into the mix Top up with plaster and leave to harden as per instructions Give your little one a few tools and let them get excavating…
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SUBMISSION: My first ever archaeology dig kit. I sharpened the trowel myself. ed: Excellent! Have fun and stay hydrated. I really enjoyed field school.
"Dinosaur" Excavation for Kids - Kids Activities | Saving Money | Home Management | Motherhood on a Dime
"Dinosaur" Excavation for Kids Try out your paleontology skills with this activity! Supplies: Books about dinosaurs/paleontologists Chicken bones Container of sand Tweezers (if desired) Paint brush
The Dinosaur Dig
Young children love dinosaurs. Our dramatic play center has a dinosaur dig. The children love this center. The photo shows the items we use to create a 'dig'. When the children's imagination is added much happens in this center! We use old cell phones, cameras and a computer keyboard in most of our dramatic play. There are also maps in this center (I cut them down so they are easier for the children to handle), binoculars, vests, hats and an old flashlight (no batteries). The dinosaur bones…
What would James Bond be without his gadgets? How could an explorer make discoveries without equipment? In this activity a group of interesting objects is just what it takes to solve problems and e…