It is often the case that the mother has something important to do and the child demands her full attention at the same time. So the mother should come up with something quickly to get the situation under control. Since many parents often run out of breath to serve their children, household and job at the same time, we have tried to list a collection of DIY ideas and tips for handicrafts with children, how the often over-funded parents can keep their children busy while still doing their housework do.
Play has a lot to do with sensory perception, so our suggestions are about the senses right now:
Creativity is stimulated
Discover the world with simple means
Practice early ….
DIY ideas that save time and money
1) Anything that rattles..
Fill a container with rice, beans, peas, pebbles, sticks, clamshells or anything else natural that you can think of and play with feeling boxes
2) Playing with grain
Transfer pulses or cereals from one container to another using a spoon
3) Diligence wants to be learned
Have the child pick only the small grains out of the container.
Fill a mason jar with various objects and let the child take out only nuts and glass beads with a spoon, tweezers or ice cube tongs.
5) The responsibility
Give the child the task of moving water from one container to another using a spoon or sponge.
6) Children love it colorful
Make playing with modeling clay even more exciting with colored stones or buttons.
Stickers are always a hit
A feeler box trains the senses
Make lolly butterflies
7) Make funnels out of paper
Transfer water with a funnel
8) The relation between the objects
Children pick the small objects from the full container and have them examine what goes through the opening.
Glue sticks or chopsticks to a piece of paper.
10) Learn to use scissors
Cut round holes in a cardboard box and let your child fill it with the items mentioned above.
Playing with colors
11) Better than television
Make a slit in the lid of a mason jar and have the child toss coins or tokens into it.
12) Learning order
Classify toys by category
13) Develop the haptics further
Crumple, tear, or cut up a piece of paper.
14) Sustainable Games
Cut out pictures from old magazines and glue them onto sheets of paper
15) Employment is always better than none
Open and close glasses and / or bottles with screw caps.
16) Strumming and filling up
Empty the coins from a purse and put them back in
17) Use old money cards as toys
Take the old, unusable plastic cards out of an old wallet and put them back in their place
18) Parents have a duty to supervise
Do handicrafts with sticks from lollypops or count the collection with the stickers
19) Discover the whole macro world
Paint a picture with soap and a piece of cloth
20) crafting with blanks
Paint on damaged CD or DVD blanks using glitter pens
21) Do handicrafts with blanks and modeling clay
Crafting with kids can be just as useful for parents
Learn to punch
Explore twist locks
You can’t just eat pasta
22) Small home experiments
Spread glue on an old CD and cover it with small grains of cereal and let it dry. Then trace the contours with a felt pen.
23) Old cell phones are super toys
Press the buttons of a keyboard or a telephone
24) Discovery Tour Apartment
Rummage through the drawers in the kitchen (make sure there are no dangerous objects in there)
25) Drawers are exciting
Explore the drawers on the work table.
Perforate paper using a hole punch
27) Creative occupation
Give the child a plastic box filled with small pieces of paper and let them pound on it at the pace of their heartbeat.
28) crafting with paper
Make a paper chain, garland, etc.
29) Games with tape
Put scotch tape on appropriate spots on the floor and let the child peel it off
30) Conveying ideas
Connect multiple toy cars with scotch tape
Learn to do handicrafts with paper
31) The physical laws as child’s play
Sprinkle a double-sided tape with cereals or colored stones
32) Straws and the Basics of Color Theory
Sort a pack of colorful straws by color
33) Artistic Exercises
Draw the child’s hands on a piece of paper, turning each finger into a little manikin.
34) Create tension
Prepare small packages with surprises! Leave some blank to increase the effect.
35) Sort items
Put different items in empty boxes and sort them by size
36) Study Personality
Discover the different structures and textures
37) Tinkering with toilet paper rolls
Unroll a toilet roll or kitchen roll and put it back together again
38) Play with color without making a mess
Bring some color into a resealable bag and stick it closed on the window! Let the child spread the paint inside the bag with their fingers.
39) Magnet games
Give the kid a big magnet and let them find out how it works
L.Use food coloring
40) Playing with the food
Have the child sort pasta by shape
41) Playing with water
Remove items from a glass full of water using a spoon
42) Undo the knot and knot
Try to untie different knots
43) Playing with simple means
Have the child pull cords through holes
44) The kitchen as a playground
Try getting lolly sticks through the holes in a sieve
45) tinkering with clothespins
Try to clip as many clothespins as possible to the edge of a bucket or cardboard box
46) Tidying Up Together
Gather the toys together in baskets
47) Cooking and Playing
Find the beans and peas that have sunk into containers of semolina.
48) Handicrafts with yarn
Draw a long thread and shape it into a ball
49) Handicrafts with paper and thread
Cut animals out of paper and have your child wrap them with thread or wool
50) Glue, glue, peel off
Stick on stickers
51) Exercise Patience
Put small objects in a bottle with a narrow neck
Transferring water – this can take some time
52) Make jewelry yourself
Make a necklace out of pasta
You with a humming top
54) Unpacking is fun
Wrap buttons or nuts like candy and let the children peel off the foil
55) Raising Little Helpers
Wrap objects in aluminum foil and send the children on a discovery tour
Have the children examine tea bags and place them back in the tea caddy
Magnets are magic
Old blanks are great for handicrafts
57) pipette and drop
Collect water with a pipette and let it drain out again
58) Make the room vertically
Attach the magnets to the refrigerator
59) Everything that is new and interesting …
Attach a note or photo with the magnet
60) Handicrafts with natural materials
Pour semolina on the table and draw a picture with your finger or pen
61) Anything is possible
Let the child sweep bits and bobs off the floor
62) Suck off the water with a sponge
Shake off the water and let the child dry them off with a sponge cloth
63) For older children
Play with styrofoam (age-appropriate)
64) Sink and surface ships
Place different objects on the surface of the water and watch what sinks and what comes up
65) The instinct
Move small objects from A to B with tweezers
66) Summer Games
Put some liquid soap on a plate and let the child lather it up
Already painted with shaving cream?
67) Egg Carton Crafts
Fill an egg carton with items
68) Learn, Learn, Learn..
Loop brightly colored thread around the teeth of the hairbrush
69) Always one after the other
Arrange the Tupperware in the kitchen according to size
70) The little helper in the kitchen
Arrange the cutlery according to groups
71) tinkering with plastic cups
Build a tower out of plastic or paper cups
72) The (almost) independent child
Put some items in a large bag and let the child find them and take them out
73) Play with clamps and brackets
Clamp clothespins on the child’s sleeves and let them remove them by themselves
The humming top is a classic
Paint with soap
74) You can take anything for playing and doing handicrafts
Make a colorful art installation in the hallway with the help of sticky notes
75) The Child’s Senses
Explore the wool yarn
76) Joy is an indicator of correctness
Shred cotton or feathers and show the child how to blow them off the palm of your hand.
77) Cow Tips As A Tool
Paint with ear swabs and shaving cream
78) depth charges
Fill balloons with water and play with them!
Paint the balloon!
80) Give the child buttons, glass beads, colored stones and seashells and let them organize them into categories
81) Make an extra rug for your child, adding buttons or other accessories.
82) Make little figures out of ear sticks and lolly sticks
83) Make small boats that you load with rhinestones and take to the water (sink or container).
84) Inspect your cosmetic bag for sharp objects and give them to the child to examine
85) Unbuttoning and buttoning buttons on an item of clothing
86) Open and close the lock with a key
Sew up buttons and discover shapes and colors
Peeling off Tesa strips is fun
Be a good role model
87) Check out photo albums
88) Give the child a mirror to examine their face.
89) Have the child paint with unusual materials, such as eye shadow
90) Spread glue on an A4 sheet of paper and let the child sprinkle colored stones, rice or semolina over it
Build a tower out of colorful cups
What sinks and what comes up again?
Play with expired plastic cards
Cut out and glue
Fill balloons with water
91) Assigning creative tasks
Have the child make a “cake” out of plasticine
92) Color in templates
Draw a letter or number on a piece of paper and have the child color it
Let the child get creative with pasta and modeling clay
94) Open and close
Remove the caps from all of the pens and put them back on
“Color in” pictures with spelled or brown rice
Explore and sort old coins
Sort straws by color
Everything is allowed
Let your child inquire about water and learn to love it
96) Having fun in the bathroom and kitchen
Let the child play with soapy water and wash their plate
97) Let children discover and create
Give the child colored strings and let them play with them
98) Learning about shapes
Tear off long and narrow strips of paper and roll them up and out.
99) The main thing is fun
Fill colorful balloons with various beans or toys and let the child guess what is inside!
Guess items in the balloon
Redraw hands and complete the picture
Use pliers or tweezers for transport