Tag: #playwithrecyclingmaterials

New product – Obstacle course Part 2 – Pretend play

This is another way to play with my Obstacle Course – pretend play for older kindergarteners. There are various obstacles including hurdles, rope swing, climbing frames etc. They are made with leftover cardboard boxes, straws and toothpicks from takeaway, and other leftover materials. There… Continue Reading “New product – Obstacle course Part 2 – Pretend play”

New product – Obstacle course for learning alphabets

This is another activity that I made with recycle materials. I made an obstacle course with an old paper folder, some straws and toothpicks from takeaways, some packaging materials, and some bottle lids. This is suitable for 2 age groups. I will introduce one… Continue Reading “New product – Obstacle course for learning alphabets”

New product – Pretend TV

#playwithpackagingmaterials New Product – Pretend TV – HKD20 (This item cannot be posted. Can be picked up at designated location ) I upcycled a packaging cardboard box and turned it into a pretend TV. Your kid can draw and design what’s on the TV… Continue Reading “New product – Pretend TV”

Colour Matching Tray

#playwithpackagingmaterials Whenever I see some nice food containers I would collect them to make things for the kids to play and learn. I like this container in particular because it has 10 compartments which I love to use it as a 10 frame for… Continue Reading “Colour Matching Tray”

Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs

#playwithpackagingmaterials I collected some cardboard and straws over the years, and today I turned them into an activity that can let the little ones to practice the order of alphabets while working on their fine motor skills. It is super easy to make. The… Continue Reading “Alphabet Lacing Cardboard Discs”

Touch and Feel Colour Cards

#playwithpackagingmaterials This activity is perfect for some sensory fun for toddlers while introducing colours to them. If you have seen my previous posts you might noticed that bottle lid is one of the items I often use in my busy bags / activity sets.… Continue Reading “Touch and Feel Colour Cards”

2-piece Shape Puzzles

#playwithpackagingmaterials I made some simple 2-piece shape puzzles using some leftover cardstock from packaging materials and foam shapes. I used foam stickers because it adds some sensory touch which is great for toddlers. You don’t have to use foam stickers, any large stickers are… Continue Reading “2-piece Shape Puzzles”

My 3D board game

#playwithpackagingmaterials I made a 3D board game for J to play and learn. It took me a lot of time to design but it all worth it. I wanted the game to be versatile so I can use it to reinforce some subjects such… Continue Reading “My 3D board game”

Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes

This is a super duper simple Busy Bag to make. I have a lot of leftover paper stripes from working on my products and I saved them for making some little busy bags for my son to play. You only need a few equipments… Continue Reading “Simple Counting Busy Bag with leftover Paper Stripes”

Peppa Pig Counting Busy Bag

I love saving packaging materials and turn them into something fun and interesting for the kids to play and learn.  So over the next few weeks I am going to start a new project on reusing recycling materials to make some busy bags #playwithrecyclingmaterials… Continue Reading “Peppa Pig Counting Busy Bag”