10 Imaginative Toys for You to Do at Home

The post of inspirations for the weekend today comes with 10 imaginative toys for you to do at home, spending almost no money. You will see that making the toys is almost as fun as playing with them.

  1. City of recycled material

I found this city of empty containers and Eve a grace. You don’t even need to have the trouble of making the track of EVA, if you don’t have time or don’t want to. You can mark on the floor with masking tape. But handsome and happy, that is. The original post that shows the idea is that one of the blog funathomewithkids.com.

  1. Robot tightrope walker

This idea is both a toy and a science experiment. This post from buggyandbuddy.com comes with the tutorial of how to assemble this robot, including the mold to print and color. Just go there and check it out. I’m sure the kids will love the “magic” of achieving balance your robot in a finger only.

  1. Basting with EVA

For those of you with small in age to develop fine motor skills, between 2 and 3 years, this idea of the powerfulmotehring.com is very good. You use EVA sheet, shapes of animals (may be ways that you use to play-DOH or cookies), a hole punch and some shoelaces and ready. He’s made a toy of basting. Anyone who wants to see more details of how to do it, you can click here. The Patcamargo also did one for playing with her daughters, but piece of cardboard box. Worked like a charm.

  1. homemade Stamps

This post from happyhooligans.com comes with nothing less than 6 suggestions for how to use materials you have at home, as Stoppers, for making stamps. That talf do at least one of them?

  1. Pound of stones

You children like Tic-Tac-Toe? If you’re going to like this idea of eighteen25.com. The first step is to look for the day in the Park to pick up pebbles. Then, a little paint and some sticks or barbecue sticks to mount the Board and you make a game that no one else will have the same:)

  1. Game of marbles

I’m not saying that you can make a world of things with rolls of toilet paper? Here ‘s an idea of a pretty cool game powerfulmothering.com site. You make a journey with the rollers and then let the ball roll. Works super well with small children, between 3 and 5 years. The Patcamargo did for the children and found the result.

  1. Activity data

This idea I found on growingajeweledrose.com is simply brilliant. If you have a small child and want to put him out of the couch, try doing these giant data with physical activities, for your little play, moves and have fun. Each face of the die has a different command. Take a look at the original post you’ll understand right how it works. I’m dying to do with Gabi:)

  1. Lane pool noodle

Pool noodles that you’re kind of old and unused? So, can you split it down the middle and make this delicious racetrack to see who has the marble (or stand) faster. Isn’t it cool? Myhomespunthreads’s idea that you can check out here.

  1. I spy

Another simple activity to do and yielding a long time of distraction is to prepare a bottle “I spy”, that not one of the hellobee.com. You fill a bottle of rice and mix with small toys. The child receives a card with the image of all the toys that are hidden in rice and your challenge is to find one by one. Works great to take to restaurants and long trips. Also go to my waiting list for what to do with the Gabi once she’s bigger:)

  1. Puppet Show

This is for anyone who has the inclination to spend a lot of time preparing an activity and like crafts. Give a little to make this puppet theater, but I found it so beautiful, but so beautiful that even though job I couldn’t help but include it in this post. The step by step Assembly of theater and puppet development is explained right in this post here.

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