Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Jolly Jellyfish Color Match

One of my little Princesses needed help with her colors
matching them, recognizing them, remembering their names, etc.
I started with a wooden board and had handsome hubby put some nails (with big heads) in it.
Hammers and I don't get along.  Don't ask.
My original thought was to tie different colored ribbons on the nails,
but my 3 year old was having a hard time making the ribbon go through the beads.
So I wrapped a pipe cleaner and had her try that.
Perfect.
I'd sure like to shake the hand of the one who invented pipe cleaners...they are just genius.

 I bought lots of beads at Hobby Lobby last time I was in the States
and I've used them so many times as a {quiet} project for the girls.
I leave some long cords in the jar and have them string and restring them.
The first day I just had her work on one color.
We were working on Green.
Then I twisted all different colors on the board and had her match colors.
If you are really good you can put the beads on with your eyes closed....little goof!
 For my older girls I started a pattern and had them work on continuing the pattern.

7 comments:

The Cottage Market said...

this is AWESOME!!!!! i think you should think about a child's craft book??? i do believe so : )
take care and wishing you and yours the best! hugs...

Jessica said...

What a cute, cute idea!

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Love this! Thanks for linking up to Things I've Done Thursday!!

Melanie
bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com

life just saying said...

How cute!!! I always wonder where people come up with their craft ideas! Sounds like an exciting and simple life you lead. Blessings.
BTW, new follower.

Rachel (Lines across my face) said...

Cute. What a fun and colorful idea! I would love it if you would stop by and share at the crafty link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.
I hope to see you soon,
Rachel
http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com/2011/09/cure-for-common-monday-10.html

Mandi@MandiBeingCrafty said...

Good idea to help kids with their colors, I will have to try it! Stopping by from Sew Can Do link party.

shopannies said...

super cute plan to do this with my granddaughter thanks for sharing come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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