The kids come home from school by the end of the week and we wait in anticipation for school to begin. When day of school wagesitate and we recognise that school rhymes do not match our own expectations, we sigh with relief. Oh well…at least it is off to a clean break.
Of course, you cannot take your kids to school every single morning for breakfast and lunch, so we have to rely on some wonderful cooking to see us through the summer. However, it is about the ones…not the ones you make. Here are 10 quick and easy projects that you and your children can do together and at the same time, teach them about the importance of good nutritional requirements. กลุ่มลับ
- Makes the theme hopeful, delicious and fun:
Make M&Ms into airplane flags to decorate the windows of your stationery and notebooks. Make art with beaded strings and cut colorful shapes from beaded paper to stick to the windows with double-stick tape. Make either a giant airplane out of popsicle sticks or have your child design the graphic logos on each one using crayons.
- Creative summer party:
To hold your party, you need a roll of duct tape, markers, construction paper, glue, plastic cups, a step stool or two, artificial flowers and a lot of imagination. Your kids can make napkin rings from the bottom of there napkin to hang on each other in a circle. Carry a little curtain framing material around to cover the floor and each child will need a green blanket to place on the plastic grocery bags to create your “wall.”
- Pass the parcel: ขายตัว
This simple but exciting game will test your children’s dexterity and logical thinking. Simply cover a large parcel that they will need to unwrap with an opaque wrap or, even better, gift wrap. Provide them with a few personal items, such as a toy car or a new bib, and ask them to piece together the parcel. Seeing what is inside their “pockets” will entertain them as they unwrap various items and attempt to identify them.
- See how you can:
Young children will enjoy seeing how other children have handled a situation and have to ask permission to do something and when and where they would like the party to occur. Have them make an activity list, which they can return at a certain time and which will include 1-3 things that they can do with their friends. Ask your children what they think would make this party different and how you can include that element into your outside activities.
- Make a diagnosis: แตกคาปาก
Children love to play when they are learning about things but they may not always know what science fiction movie they found in the video store and over a cup of sugar, they will have different beer and wine selections than you, the parent. Have a sit down with your children and see what they decide as a menu and then instruct the kids to write down those lists via aChoose Your Own Book Either or notto provide a regular starting point for the party.
- Obtaining as many items as possible:
None of this is fun for your child if there are not enough items in the supplies cupboard to complete the task as described by the game masters. Many kids are adept at packing like a bowl and eating like potato chips. Your kids may also choose to forgo the cup of party food and grab what is left over. If possible have each child bring a little extra to this party along with the birthday cake. You will be glad that you did in the end if they are less than thrilled with the outcome.
- Choosing the location:
Explore the idea in an open space and see if it means that your child may get to the party courtesy of another family that is taking your kids rather than you. Keep in mind that the age of your children is a factor in the location that you choose and age appropriate party supplies are important for each venue except for the birthday cake. When children are occupied playing, you are free to enjoy yourself if you get up amongst the crowd. Having the party on the town, even if it means that you have to travel to get there, may be preferable to you and your child. Have fun!
- Keep your kid busy: เปิดซิง
Your child who has a case of the jitters may want to be entertained by watching the not so noisy children who have not made it through the ages and over the yard, playing a game or tower, some running around with the red car that they have in the town. In addition, children may need to distract themselves with things from the thrift store – such as toys, a crayon, a hula-hoop.