kids. Saturday , October 28th , 2017 - 10:49:05 AM
Fusing beads are a little different. If you grew up in the 80's and 90's, chances are, you at least saw these at some point. These are relatively small, squishy beads that you place on pegs then iron to fuse them to each other to make a picture. I got the pleasures as a child to make several of these, though I don't have any of them any longer. These are probably better for children past the stage of putting objects in their mouths as these are small and tempting for little ones to chew on.
Do you have a sturdy old box? If so, it can be made into a car or walking/push toy. Here again, kids can decorate the outside of the car. If needed, parents can cut the sides down some, helping the kids get in and out of the car easily. Paper plates can be used for the tires, headlights and steering wheel. An older child or an adult can be the engine and push them around. When they are done playing "car" they could put their toys in it and push them around. It makes a nice storage place, too.
Chinese words covered in the Follow Jade DVD include: Greetings, Colors, Numbers, Drinks and some Chinese words for singing. Lessons in the Follow Jade DVD are based on Jade Qians years of experience in teaching children and families to speak Chinese.
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