Kate Choi has been inspiring us with clever nature crafts on her Facebook page! Click here to follow Kate. Kate kindly agreed to allow us to feature some of her nature projects on our website. Thank you, Kate! Check out her latest outdoor flower craft project:
Supplies needed: straw, bowls, spoons, cereal, cereal box, cotton balls (or any other small items)
1. Using only a straw, transfer cereal from bowl 1 to bowl 2 in under a minute.
2. Have a family member cut up a cereal box, you have 1 minute to put it back together puzzle style!
3. Use a spoon and your mouth to transfer cotton balls from one bowl to another time yourself or go head to head!
Add tape to the ground or a fence in a fun geometric design. Next, color each area with a different color. After all areas are filled ina remove the tape.
Draw on a face and hairdo using the pens. Use paper or washi tape to make clothing. Draw on legs and shoes then add any other decorations you like. Get creative!
Gear up for all things Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.)!
3… 2… 1… Blast off! 🚀 Reach new heights of fun with a bottle rocket experiment. Click here for Bottle Rocket instructions: steampoweredfamily.com/activities/bottle-rockets/ .
I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream! 🍦 Get a positive reaction when you make your own ice cream at home! Try this easy chemistry experiment with your family and show us your best ice cream faces! Click here for Homemade Ice Cream instructions: https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/simple-homemade-ice-c…/