I have been thinking of things to do for my classes that can engage my kids to exercise and still have fun. So I went to the dollar store and bought a package of blank name strips. I cut them in half and punch a hole near the edge and put them on a binder ring. I wrote things like skip, waddle, twirl, etc. You can write different things like chores or game ideas. It would be great for when the kids say they're bored!
Thursday, July 11, 2013
I was looking through Pinterest and saw this pin to make a P.E. activity wheel.
So I set out to make my own for my classes.
I went to my local dollar store and I found a game spinning wheel in the teacher craft section.
Luckily I already had a foam poster board I got at the dollar store a while back and some fun scrapbook paper stashed in my craft room.
I cut out a square out of the foam board and using Mod Podge I glued some scrapbook paper onto it. I then cut out the circle out of the spinning wheel and traced it on the foam board and cut it out.
Now I measured my circle and using Publisher I made a circle and using clip art I added some stretches. Although you can add whatever you'd like, you can use it for chores, homeschooling, etc.
Now that you printed out your circle. Glue it onto your cardboard circle and cut out the small hole in the center.
Take apart the spinner and using hot glue, glue down the base of the spinner onto the square base.
This way if I ever want to change out the circle for other activities I can simply take it apart.
And that's it now you have an activities wheel!
Posted by Karina Feigner at 10:42 AM
Monday, July 1, 2013
I am slowly remodeling the studio bathroom, on a budget of course. And the cabinet handle that was there was pretty ugly. Pained several times and the paint was chipping. So I set out to find the perfect cabinet pull that was fun and colorful. Being my picky self I couldn't settle on one that I liked both in looks and price so instead of going out and buying one I decided to make the existing one pretty. Now I could of easily just spray painted it and bam it would have been done in under 2 minutes. But I wanted something unique so I set out to wire wrap the handle in some pretty green beads! It was incredibly easy! I first sanded down the handle (more like my husband did it for me) and then I started wrapping! I thought it would go with the purple bathroom. Not to mention this project cost me nothing since I already had all the materials on hand. (the color is "grape juice" by Valspar)
Posted by Karina Feigner at 3:18 PM