Looming without a loom is a great example of childhood resourcefulness.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Necessity is the mother of invention. Beautiful loom jewelry and awesome crafts made from nature have been published on Kids Activities Blog. Make loom jewelry without a loom and turn the rubber bands into works of art.
One kids invention of looming when there are not enough looms around is a great example of childhood resourcefulness.
All one needs at hand are two pencils or pens, mini rubber bands and the plastic S or C clips. Start by sliding the first band over one of the pencils.
Next make one twist in the band and loop over the second pencil. Then follow the simple instructions to complete the braided string. Join the ends together to make a ring, necklace, or bracelet.
Nature is inspiring. Tree Blocks make a unique building game. Using little mini logs gives kids a whole new way to explore building and nature.
Making flower crowns is fun. Kids will use their imaginations to become a queen, a princess, a king, an explorer or fairy with these amazing flower crowns.
Making stick rainbow wind chimes is another ingenious idea. The rainbow stick wind chimes are beautiful to look at and fun to create. Pinecone roses make a cute present.
Making easy wizard wands is fun for kids of all ages. They are easy to make, but the bright colors and glitter are delightful and will spark imagination.
For detailed instructions and to get additional fun ideas check out Kids Activities Blog. Come get inspired to have a blast together with the kids this week.
About Kids Activities Blog
Kids Activities Blog is a website created by two moms (who collectively have 9 children), Holly Homer and Rachel Miller. Their new book published by Page Street, 101 Kids Activities That Are the Bestest, Funnest Ever! will be released June 10. It is currently pre-selling on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Kids Activities Blog is an interactive website that publishes fun things to do with kids twice a day. It is an amazing resource for moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers and teachers to find kid-friendly activities that create memories and sneak learning into the fun.