My house is filled with books of all sorts, and it is very challenging for me to go more than a week without visiting the library to check out even more books. We love reading in my family! With that being said, we often need bookmarks to mark our spots in the various books we are using. My daughters and I have had fun making our own homemade bookmarks using various cards.
Maybe you and your little ones would enjoy making bookmarks, too, which you can give as gifts to other family members. If you are interested in learning how to make your own unique bookmarks using greeting cards, you can check out my step by step instructions found on Hands On As We Grow. Even preschoolers can make these cute little bookmarks with a personal saying written on the back.
I love that we can have fun creating the bookmarks together, have various bookmarks throughout the year that vary with the season, and have inexpensive bookmarks that we can share with others.
Do you have any other inexpensive, simple gift ideas to make as Christmas gifts?
If you read my post entitled 25 Tower Building Supplies- No Blocks Required, then you know that I wrote a post for Hands On As We Grow a few months ago. As a result of that post, I was asked to be a monthly contributor for Hands On As We Grow, which I am excited about.
A short bio of me can be found on the Hands On As We Grow Team page. I will let you know when future posts that I write are published on their website. In the meantime, you may have fun finding new craft or activity ideas to do with the little ones in your life by visiting Hands On As We Grow.
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In Jobs of a Preschooler, the young girl builds a block tower really high. But are blocks the only objects you can use to build towers?
Not at all.
Check out 25 Ways to Build Towers Without Blocks published on Hands On As We Grow as a guest post from me. You may already have all of the supplies at home.
Check out these other posts for more building fun.