#playwithpackagingmaterials I must say there are so many interesting packaging materials. I got this black "divider" from buying an instant coffee powder from thr supermarket. I fell in love with it as soon as I opened the package. I knew I could make something with it. I turned it into a Car Repair Centre. I … Continue reading Car Repair Centre
#playwithpackagingmaterials Today I would like to share with you an activity that I made with recycling materials only. It is very simple and easy to make. Equipment : I found some cardboard from my collection of packaging materials. I cut them into the same size. I made 10 cardboard cards for the numbers 1 - … Continue reading Easy to make counting activity using cardboard and bottle lids
As the son of a scientist and a former research lab technician, J is determined to study about the new virus. He said he is now working in the lab studying the virus. Do not disturb him.
This is a Chinese New Year decoration + box that I made with the kids in my Kindergarten playgroup this week. It is easy to make and fun to hang up in the house as a Chinese New Year decoration. There is a pocket where your child can put Red Envelopes / pens and paper … Continue reading Paper Plate Craft
Today in one of my Kindergarten playgroups: I taught the kids to make a 財神 (God of Fortune ) using a few simple items. I have a lot of plastic cutlery from having takeaways. I used a spoon for the body, red construction paper (or felt) for the hat, black felt (or construction paper) for … Continue reading Chinese New Year Craft – 財神 God of Fortune
I received this set of photos from Amy on Christmas day. I told her it was like a Christmas present for me. These were taken using film and not digital. I must say I absolutely love the colour and the texture of film pictures. These are just a few of my favourites. I love how … Continue reading My Christmas presents from Amy (Little Stories by Amy)
Photo by Amy @little stories by Amy .
J has been asking me to teach him piano. He enjoyed it a lot and we laughed so much during our 30 min session.
Of course I make my own advent calendar for J, and of course it does not contain sweets and chocolate. The idea is simple. J has to punch 💪🏻 the holes (which i made with tissue paper) according to the date, then he can retrieve a task card. It can be an activity e.g. make … Continue reading Handmade Advent calendar