The Brighter Writer





TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2012

Foam Fun



So my mom gave me these little strips of color foam paper that she found a few months ago. I had no idea what I was going to do with them and they've been sitting in my craft closet ever since. Today I finally came up with an idea: bath art.



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com

Once you cut them into shapes, the water in the bath tub makes them stick to each other and the wall tiles. Surface tension is a fantastic discovery for toddlers so I've found out.



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com

Brilliant!



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com The possibilities are pretty much endless here. It's easy enough to make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms and eyes and ears, or if you have older kids you can make words for practicing sentences, family members names, gardens scenes, Lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes, whatever you feel like! We're practicing our ABC's...



Use foam sheets to make shapes that stick to your kid's bathtub. Endless possibilities! Make roads and cars, or monsters that you can place your own arms, eyes and ears. If you have older kids make words for practicing sentences, family member names, garden scenes, lego looking blocks to build towers and landscapes... www.thebrighterwriter.blogspot.com

Happy foaming everybody!