Posts Tagged ‘craft’
The Wescott Soft Handle Kids Scissors that offers a lifetime warranty are a must have tool for use at home or in the classroom for projects and all sorts of crafts. The 12 pack comes in a variety of colors, each pair of scissors being a combination of two. For instance, there’s a pair of pink and green, a pair of blue and orange, green and blue, and dark blue and a lighter blue. There are three pair in each unique color combination.
I have a daughter (age 5) whom is right handed and son (nearly 3) that’s left handed. So I often have to purchase separate pairs of scissors for them both to use. These scissors are suited well for either hand preference! There is no more issues between my kids when using each others and no more having to search high and low for left handed scissors. Read the rest of this entry »
The ECR4Kids Craft Tape Dispenser is a wonderful product to keep craft tape organized! It’s well thought out design allows for ease of use. I personally found the dispense rquite attractive and believe it would be at home in any space. The product is well made ensuring it to hold up well over the years. The dispenser is made out of hard-wood and has a good amount of weight to it. The weight is a great feature because it ensures that when you are needing a piece of tape to pull out and tear off, the dispenser will stay firmly in place.
The dispenser features a safe plastic cutting edge which is ideal for the safety of those of all ages (especially children). No sharp edges or corners to be found. I’ll point out that you don’t need to use scissors for removing tape but if you want a cleaner edge for a craft or art project that you should do so bypassing the the plastic cutting edge on the dispenser. Read the rest of this entry »
Melody and Owen are celebrating a week of Earth appreciation! We started today talking about ways we help take care of the earth and did a fun craft. The craft was of the earth and then the kids traced their hands and Mommy helped cut those out so the kids could glue them to the back of the earth. It was to help the kids remember caring for our planet gives it a helping hand.
Did you do anything for Earth Day? Please share what!