Monthly Archives: March 2009

>Video feedback: Rainy day fun

>One of the coolest and simplest examples of infinity is the phenomenon observed when two mirrors face each other; each in parallel planes, reflecting the others reflection, as far back into the reflection as we can follow. Hmmm. If a microphone … Continue reading

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>Rolling Ball Sculpture/ Machine

>I’ll never forget the first time I saw a rolling ball machine as a child. It was a simple affair, but, I played with it for the better part of a day. Over the years I have made attempts to … Continue reading

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>Make an electric water gun

> My mantra is “Don’t buy it Make it.” I’m not cheap, I could spend time making fun with my kid, or, I could spend time at work making money and then time at the store for a toy that … Continue reading

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>How To Make a Toy Parachute

> So this will be the first in a series of toys in my “Chop Chop” series. They are quick and easy; Bam! Done! You can always take time to make this with your kid, but, usually I treat this … Continue reading

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>Space Stations & Dioramas

>Space Stations and Dioramas are great ideas for kids projects when you’ve got some fun shaped packing foam or cardboard. Whether you’re going to get Medieval or Futuristic will inform your choice of decoration. Kids recycling projects Materials can be … Continue reading

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>Science and Art of Kids Cardboard Projects

>Any kids craft project should be designed to accomplish a few objectives. Have Fun spending time together, and Make something Really Cool. Kick-start and Mentor your child’s Creative Spirit and Ability. Teach physical Craft Skills; proper and affective use of … Continue reading

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