Stuck inside on a rainy weekend day? Grab a cardboard box, some markers, crayons, stickers, scissors and set your kids loose to build a fort, time machine, airplane or anything else they can create!
There are lots of tutorials out there for making fancy forts and such, but really, the kids will have just as much fun with unguided play.
Leave markers out so they can continue to embellish their cardboard box creation all weekend long!
Sometimes keeping it simple makes for the most entertaining, imaginative play. Do you have any great ideas for how to play with cardboard boxes? Leave a comment and let us know!
Learning about symmetry is way more fun when you get to play with building bricks, especially our Pixel Bricks™! We are sharing a really fun and hands-on way to learn an early Math concept through an invitation to decorate butterfly wings.
Here are a few of our favorite April Fool's Day prank ideas we've done to our kids over the years. Most of which are last minute ideas (cause that's how we roll)!
Creative QT® co-owner, Adam Hinkle, lovingly refers toPixel Bricks™ as 'LEGO™ glitter' because they do seem to have a way of finding their way all over the floor if not properly stored. The good news is, however, we have loads of simple and affordable ways to store them all in this one blog.