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HOW TO MAKE A TURTLE PLANTER

 

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – how to make a turtle planter.

World Turtle Day is celebrated on May 23 each year to raise awareness about the plight and importance of those wonderful creatures.

Did you read my post, A Tantalising Turtle Tale to Add Magic to Your Day?

To celebrate and to honour turtles I’m going to show you how to make a really sweet turtle planter.

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WARNING. THIS MOTHER’S DAY PAINT PROJECT IS ADDICTIVE

 

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project, a Mother’s Day paint project you are sure to find addictive.

Of course, you can do this project at any time, but it’s fantastic to make beautiful handmade cards or even a lovely landscape painting.

And you don’t even have to consider yourself a great painter to get stunning results.

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HOW TO MAKE MAGNIFICENT MUDDY MASTERPIECES

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – magnificent muddy masterpieces.

Mud has been used in artworks for thousands of years and there is a good reason. It is a wonderful medium.

If you read my post, How to Increase Health and Happiness by Playing in Mud, you will know that getting dirty is good for you.

It is also fun to work with.

Soil can create a range of shades of black, brown, red, orange, yellow and white – perfect for painting.

Mud containing clay is wonderful for making sculptures.

This week’s projects include mud painting, mini mud buildings using homemade mud bricks, and seed bombs – a fun gift for gardeners.

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7 FUN IDEAS FOR GROUP ART PROJECTS

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – this week I’m offering ideas for group art projects.

If you read my post, How Group Art Projects Can Make Children Better Adults, you will know the benefits of getting kids to work together to make something.

You can do this with family members, or have a friend play day and make it crafty.

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HOW TO MAKE THE EASIEST EASTER CRAFTS EVER

 

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – making the easiest Easter crafts ever.

Sometimes the holidays and special events kind of creep up on us, don’t they?

It’s easy to think you’ve run out of time for creativity to mark an event.

These fun little projects just take a few minutes to make and will get you right into the mood for Easter.

As an added bonus, I’ll give you the link to download my free Easter maze and colouring page – fun to colour and to solve.

 

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HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN CUDDLY EASTER BUNNY

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – how to make your own cuddly Easter bunny.

Don’t you just love bunnies? They are so soft and sweet and make wonderful pets.

We had a few when our kids were little and they were lots of fun.

The little ones in this week’s project are just as cuddly and the best part? They require no care.

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HOW TO TURN SCREEN TIME INTO A CREATIVE ADVENTURE

 

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project, tips to help you turn screen time into a creative adventure.

We all know that we need to limit the time we allow kids, and ourselves, to watch television if we want to have healthy, balanced lives.

However, we can turn that screen time into a great opportunity for creative activities.

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HOW TO MAKE PERMANENT SAND CASTLES OUT OF PLASTIC

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – making permanent sand castles out of plastic bottles.

This craft is fun, cheap, and awesome for the environment (anything that keeps plastic out of landfill and oceans is).

But be warned, it gets a bit messy.

 

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PLAYING WITH PATTERNS IN NATURE

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – fun activities for playing with patterns in nature.

We are surrounded by beautiful patterns everywhere we look. Some are manmade, but nature provides us with a feast of patterns, from symmetries, spirals, meanders and spots and stripes to tessellations and fractals.

Helping children spot and recognise these patterns not only gives them an extra appreciation for nature’s creations but can also help them understand maths.

This week’s projects offer some fun activities to help children spot and understand patterns in nature.

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MAKE THESE WONDERFULLY WACKY WORD GAMES FOR KIDS

 

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Welcome to another Wacky Wednesday project – making word games for kids.

If you read my post, Are you Ready to Face the Music, you’ll know just how much I love to play around with words.

The oldest Goddess recently started “big school” (otherwise known as kindergarten).

I’m hoping to encourage her to share my love of words and I know this is the perfect age to really start.

Five-year-olds have an insatiable thirst for knowledge and, if you keep it fun, you can encourage a lifelong love of learning.

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