DIY Bed Post Dolls (From This-To These)

I found this old head board at the dump and new I’d like to make something with it. I noticed that the posts had a lovely shape and decided to use them to make some large ‘peg’ people.

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The Forest Lab

Like most little ones, our two year old loves playing in the water.  She loves measuring, mixing, stirring  and pouring.  I decided to create an area in the forest where she could play with water to her little hearts content.

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DIY Stick and String Letters 

These are easy to make and with very little materials needed, inexpensive as well!

I printed the letters out and then outlined them in sharpie. This was to give me a good working space and so that I could use each letter as a guide.

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Mud Wrastlin’

What do you do with the kids at the end of the summer, when they won’t stop bickering?

Build a Mud Pit in the forest and send them out, to fight it out. 😜

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The Sky’s The Limit

This recent find had me very excited.

An old plastic rectangular dome shaped sky light.  I had so many ideas for this, but decided to use it as a light exploration table.

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Music Wall Workshop August ’16

About a month ago, I put a post out offering to host a free Music Wall Workshop, for Teachers and Early Childhood Educators.  With a good number signed up, I started collecting materials.

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Show Me Your Junk! 😜

A few months back, when I grabbed my first item from the dump, I was a little embarrassed. I sort of -hid in the van, pretending to be on my phone, waiting for that car to leave, so that I could bolt – grab and run. Now a days, if you roll up while I’m carefully eyeing out the land of treasures – I’ll wave, say ‘hello’ and then in my best creepy man voice shout ‘show me your junk!’ …Then I’ll laugh …and unfortunately, because I know from experience, you’ll look a little nervous and drive on…

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Magic Mirror

I found this Industrial Safety Mirror at the dump…

So naturally, I loaded it in the van, brought it home, washed it up and added it to our Enchanted Forest.

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