Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
Playing outdoors is loads of fun when the play includes interactive STEM activities, like this week's Maker Monday experiment, a Blow-up Balloon.
Junior paleontologists will have fun constructing Dino Skeletons in this week's Maker Monday activity.
Kids can consider their skeletal structure when constructing a Robot Hand, this week's Maker Monday project.
This week's Maker Monday project gives kids a chance to create a Bubble Pipe that produces clouds of bubbles that rise with the breeze.
With shaving cream representing clouds and food coloring giving a visual of rain sinking through via gravity, kids can learn a lot about weather.
Kids will have fun learning about colors with this STEAM Maker Monday project.
This week's Maker Monday project celebrates sports with No-Sew Fan Pillows made from T-shirts.
Maker Monday visits the art of origami to create fun Paper Puppets. Moms will likely remember the basic folds from their younger days making Fortune Tellers or Cootie Catchers.
Your delicate String Eggs will look pretty arranged in a bowl or hung on ribbons as a reminder of the arrival of spring.
A hot bath can be more fun by tossing in a couple of Bath Bombs and watching them fizz for a luxuriously scented soak. Kids can have fun making Bath Bombs themselves, measuring ingredients, mixing and molding.
These decorative Bird Seed Cakes hang outdoors on tree branches, offering delicious snacks for birds that stick around all winter long.
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