4. Alphabet Peg Dolls
Some of the best toys are also educational, and these alphabet peg dolls are no exception. When you surround your kids with opportunities to learn, you will be amazed at all they can take in. You can create this simple way to start learning the alphabet by painting clothespins into people and then painting letters on each. You can take them with you wherever you go and teach your kids to identify the alphabet along the way.
For this activity as well as tons of other great ways to teach your child at home, visit NoTimeForFlashcards.com!
5. Dancing Ribbons
If you ever watch the Summer Olympics and are mesmerized by the rhythmic gymnastics, you will love dancing ribbons. They are a simple round ring with brightly colored ribbons attached. Your kids can twirl and toss the ribbons as they run and dance. It’s a great sensory toy that is easy to make. Win!
Head over to BuggyAndBuddy.com for a super easy tutorial on making your own dancing ribbons, along with other way to easily teach your kids at home.
6. Homemade Bowling Set
Kids love knocking things over so why not give them something that you don’t care about to get knocked around? Enter, the homemade bowling set! All you need are some empty water bottles, paint a ball. Clean out the bottles and drop about a 1/4 inch of paint in the bottle. Close them up and shake the paint around. Then remove the lid so they can dry. Then seal them back up and get your bowl on!
Be sure to visit U-CreateCrafts.com for a great tutorial, as well as other wonderful craft ideas for home decor.