up-cycled marble run!!!

Save those paper rolls (paper towels, toilet paper, wrapping paper) add a few craft sticks and let the kids go wild coming up with marble slides. May be good idea to try and do roller coasters with.

The Best of 2013 Blog Posts - Tips from a Typical Mom

The Best of 2013 Blog Posts

Foam Sword - Pool noodle, PVC pipe and thin foam from craft store

urne mariage fait maison

Une déco faite entièrement maison pour notre mariage Contes de fées

OLIVER'S CARDBOARD GARAGE. for little cars, adapted from MissyInspired's blog. Instead of using duct tape, I used Aileen's Tacky glue for the entire project for a cleaner look. The upper level, set on 2 toilet paper tubes (lots of glue to hold in place), is wide so a car can drive past parked cars, the ramp has sides, and doors are marked enter & exit. I also glued a piece of cardboard in the center bottom of the box to level it. He loves it! Less than an hour to build!

Features a van with opening doors and detachable caravan that opens to reveal a small kitchen and bedL

Un super jeu de route à imprimer et colorier pour créer un circuit à l'infini !

Jeu de route à imprimer

Un super jeu de route à imprimer et colorier pour créer un circuit à l'infini !

hopscotch blankie - I've been thinking about making one of these!

Kids Décor Hopscotch Mat A great game to teach co-ordination, balance and counting. Enjoy at home or take to the park, easy to store and pack away. **Features:** * Hessian hopscotch mat * Measures: x **Please note - the bean bag is not included.

How to Build a LEGO Foosball Game - It really works!  Use a marble for the ball.  Fun LEGO project idea for kids.

Build a LEGO foosball game that really works! This is a fun LEGO project for all ages. We used a marble for the ball, and it works well. Those little blue LEGO balls that come with Ninjago sets work well too. Players score by hitting the ball into their g

Make a Marble Maze | this one, using all recycled household materials, is amazing! What fun the kids would have.

Save those paper rolls (paper towels, toilet paper, wrapping paper) add a few craft sticks and let the kids go wild coming up with marble slides and other ideas. You will be amazed at what they come up with for sure.

Un tuto parfait pour les petits astronautes ! #DIY #ChouetteBox #ObjectifChouette

Now, we can’t promise this homemade rocket ship – constructed entirely from household items – meets exact NASA specifications, or is durable enough to survive re-entry into the earth’s atmosphere, but we’re sure it will fire your kids’ imaginations.

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step-by-step guide to building an Old Mine Shaft Marble Slide (using tp rolls, paper towel rolls, popsicle sticks, glue, and cardboard)!

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