Sunday, August 14, 2016

Our Engineering Busy Bag (Practical Mondays #23)


I have a new busy bag! And this time it's not a DIY, but a cool Magnetic Playboard- Building Edition I stumbled into in a quaint toy store in Santiago. 


I was thrilled to see a good *45* design cards along with the magnetic playing pieces. Design cards are *way* better than the usual folded-pamphlet-thingie with 12-odd-not-so-easy-to-comprehend-for-little-ones designs. & FORTY FIVE of them, which meant he wasn't getting bored of this anytime soon. Plus it came in a tiny blue blue bag! Our very own readymade busy bag!


It’s still new, so we do about 2 or 3 cards almost everyday. Here are some pictures - but I’m afraid I’m not sure which of these were done by my son and which by my husband & I…sheesh…You can safely assume it’s for all ages over 4!


I’m pretty sure we’ll end up using this for future art project (Spray paint for building silhouettes like we used out Tangram Set?


Stay tuned  ;)



The Practical Mom: Our Engineering Busy Bag: Magnetic Building Edition Play Board  (Practical Mondays #23)



The Practical Mom: Our Engineering Busy Bag: Magnetic Building Edition Play Board

The Practical Mom: Our Engineering Busy Bag: Magnetic Building Edition Play Board

The Practical Mom: Our Engineering Busy Bag: Magnetic Building Edition Play Board

The Practical Mom: Our Engineering Busy Bag: Magnetic Building Edition Play Board



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{NOTE: Our set didn’t come with a board (We already had one!) 
The Amazon links however are *with* play boards}


Practical Mondays Feature


Here’s an interesting building project by jmommymom from Highhill Education. 

In the 1st Lesson, her son built two model bridges (with concrete!) and tested which is stronger: 
a Beam or an Arch? Head over & check out how!

Our Engineering Busy Bag (Practical Mondays #23)

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10 comments:

  1. These busy bags are such a great idea!!

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  2. What a fab post!! I've never seen these engineering bags - I am def. going to check them out as my kids *love* to build and have quite the creative mind that needs to be nurtured. :D
    Thanks so much for sharing!

    #Fartglitter

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  3. The bags are a fab idea!! Both my boys like to build, but the eldest really has the dexterity to do it to this kind of standard now, and I know he'd absolutely love it!!
    Thanks for sharing with #bigpinklink

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  4. This looks like a great learning and fun set! Thanks for sharing!

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