Parenitng is not an easy task, especially when your kid is a growing toddler. And what if you have more than one child? It is not so easy to keep toddlers both excited and educated. It's also important to provide safe and clean environment for a growing explorer. However, we are here to save you! In this video, you can find numerous amazing crafts and diys for kids. Watch and craft!
You can easily turn trash into treasure by upcycling old toys. You can make a cool stash out of an old teddy bear. A hanful of toy soldiers can become a stylish fruit bowl. Kids grow fast – why throwing toys away?
What can be more important than kid's safety? You can easily make your house safer and kid-proof using our awesome tips and ideas – a cut tennis ball can serve as a protector for dangerous parts of furniture. A couple of towel hooks and a rubber band can protect your drawers from being opened. A piece of tape and a couple of pins can protect a bookshelf. Use a plastic container and upgrade it a little bit to store an extension cord with sockets. Foam isolation for pipes comes to rescue when you have to prevent a door from closing. While painting, eating or playing, protect your kid's clothes from being soiled with paint or food by making a protective overall using only a plastic bag.
In case your kid is too small to reach a water tap, it will be a good solution to use an empty shampoo bottle as an extension. Now your kid's hands will always be nice and clean.
Use an ordinary rubber band to make you liquid soap last 2 times longer. Want to learn how to do that? Check out the video! By the way, it's easy to keep your house clean having kids around - just use some tricks from this video and learn how to prevent bowls from spilling and popsicles from dripping. Use a cute smiley face sticker cut in halves so that your kid always knows where is the left and the right shoe.
Watch this video up to the end and learn how to make a cool busy board for toddlers.
01:10 – Toy soldier DIY 05:24 – A protecting overall 07:44 – Popsicle hack 11:38 – Busy board