This Tinker Crate was really awesome, and it reminded us of a vintage toy. Here’s our finished product, followed by our progress in pictures. (Thank you for the support: Please note that most links on my blog are affiliate links at no extra cost to you. I do get a minuscule percentage if you purchase the …1 2 3 8
I found that a lot of my students (including my own kids) really like to play with the wooden geoboard I made a few years ago. It’s similar to a skip counting circle, using yarn to connect to each peg around the wooden circle. The kids like to make different shapes with the yarn, and …1 2 3 8
A child’s play is a child’s work. Arts and crafts, building with blocks, playing with dolls, constructing a fort or den may all seem to be just for play, but they are, in fact, forming a sense of responsibility, creativity, and analysis into the child’s world… three of the many necessary skills they’ll need to possess …1 2 3 8
Our first monthly Tinker Crate subscription adventure brought us a Biomechanical Hand!
Two middle school students had fun putting this together. Here’s their progress in pictures.
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This was a last second aw, sure, why not?? throw-in-the-basket from Target. Punkee was so excited about this Hand Made Modern Wood Spinner, and it was fun to kick off the summer with a day at the beach and then an art project. I’m pretty picky about art kits, but this one turned out pretty …1 2 3 8