Pretend Play Idea: Inspired by Legend of Zelda

Mommy. Call me Link. Where is my bow? When my son turned 5, he became a massive fan of the video game "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." He loved the whole world of that game, and his real-world turned into the Zelda world. He started to call himself Link, and he couldn't stop... Continue Reading →

Introducing Perler Beads for Little Kids

Start with 2 Color Design When my son was 3 years old, he regularly requested me to make Super Mario Bros characters with Perler beads (Iron Beads). So many days, he watched me while I was working on them. One day, right before he turned 4 years old, I asked him, "Would you like to... Continue Reading →

LEGO Wall-E and Eve Photo Shoot with Kids

Lego activity idea inspired by Wall-E movie After we watched the Pixar movie "WALL-E," my son loved it, and he made his Lego version of WALL-E and EVE. That was the time when our snap peas were growing in our back yard, so we did the photoshoot! Video I am not sure how my son... Continue Reading →

DIY Foam Stamps for Kids

How to make foam stamps We enjoyed this foam stamp activity with upcycling materials no longer we need at home. Using foam, we drew (carved) into it with a ballpoint pen, then glued plastic bottle caps (lid from a water bottle, a milk jar, etc.) onto the back as a stamp handle. You might be... Continue Reading →

LEGO Activities: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Making a favorite picture book character with LEGO We decided to make Lego art with our favorite picture book. We picked many people's classics, "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" (Eric Carle).  We gathered the Lego we have at home and made it on the Lego baseplate. What We Used "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" (Eric Carle) /... Continue Reading →

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