Sunday, October 23, 2016

Wood Working (Practical Mondays #32)


Are you the parent who wakes up early on Saturdays just because your kid is up? Do you secretly hate that your spouse is comfortably sleeping after a late night on Netflix? 

Then this toy is for you! 

Look at the pictorial instructions, hammer the parts with the wooden nails & glue together, paint and play! We made a Marble Run, a Robot an a Plane!

And the best part is the hammering is loud enough to wake everyone up *grrrrin*


Practical Mondays: Wood Working with Little Children, making STEM interesting! Build your robot, marble run & plane, paint them in your favourite colors and play!












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18 comments:

  1. Those are so cute! We did some actual woodworking today by building a wall on our new shed.

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    1. Neat! I wonder whether my husband or I have the aptitude for actual wood work!

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  2. Hahaha! I'm cracking up over the hammering noise waking up the rest of the house - that's a great idea! Have a great week!

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  3. My husband does that. How old can the little ones be? Looks like a really cool activity they can get stuck into, that's a bit more interesting then play dough. Yvadney #BigPinkLink

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  4. I can remember my brother having something just like this, when we were small! He loved it-he made a plane identical to that one! Another great idea, I'd like to make a marble run, we have a plastic one that isn't very sturdy-one of these would be much more durable!
    #bigpinklink

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    1. we made another marble run from cereal box! Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Awesome toy!My kids would love putting those together and then painting them!

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  6. Aww these are fab! I love wooden toys and the fact you can make it together is brilliant. Thanks for linking up to #dreamteam xx

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  7. Oh I AM that Saturday morning parent! This toy is genius - and I secretly laugh that it will wake up every person in the house who happens to be "sleeping in" :) Stopping by from the Preschool & Kindergarten link-up!

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    1. LOL! I'm glad someone else is in the same boat with the same sniggering smile!

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  9. This is a really cool weekend bonding activity. What did you use for the toy parts? I might try to do them by myself or with my kids, coz it wouldn't be a problem to have them around. I got this nice table saw with a great safety mechanism so nobody cuts any finger. If you are interested, I got it here.

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