Posted in Activities for Children, Art, Baby Clothes, Boys Clothes, Children, Children's Clothes, Fashion Design, Girls' Dresses, Just for Fun, Le Top, Le Top Online Boutique, le•top, le•top Design, le•top Tips, Parenting, rabbitmoon online boutique, tagged family arts and crafts, le top blog, music themed kid's clothing, paint stick, paper plate banjos, rabbitmoon Soho collection, rock out, rubber bands, stickers for kids on February 3, 2012 |
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Do I hear music?
Kids love to rock out and why not make it fun and cheap with an arts and crafts session where you make paper plate banjos with your children? Making music was never this much fun!
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Posted in Childhood, Children's Health, Health, Students, tagged Band-Aid fascination, Band-Aids, BandAids, Barbie, boo-boo, childhood injuries, Dora the Explorer, elementary school children, elementary school teacher, fancy stickers for kids, insect bite, kids, le•top, le•top blog, picking old scabs, school injuries, school teacher, Scooby Doo, Sesame Street, Spider Man, stickers for kids, Students, teaching children, teaching kids on June 2, 2009 |
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Reading Dawn’s post about her school field trip mishap made me think about my teaching days. When I used to be an elementary school teacher, I went through boxes of Band-Aids. And I do mean BOXES! Not because my students were injured all the time, but because they felt that for every little “boo-boo,” a Band-Aid somehow made it all better. Now by “boo-boo” I’m talking about:
- a little scratch
- an insect bite
- an old bump
- a bruise
- a scar
- sometimes, a student would even go as far as picking an old scab just to get it bleeding for a Band-Aid!
Now that my oldest is school-aged, a fascination for Band-Aids has developed. And I was never one to pass out Band-Aids at home so I’m quite intrigued where this Band-Aid interest came from. Could it be because of these bandages now look like fancy stickers? There is quite a range of different characters to choose from—Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer, Spider Man, Scooby-Doo. Who wouldn’t want to sport one these cool bandages? Because nothing says, “I’m injured but still stylin’” like a Barbie-wrapped finger!
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