Category Archives: Kid Friendly Projects

Toilet Paper Tube Cord Minders

The cacophony of cords that I carry on a regular basis drives me completely batty! Under normal circumstances there’s a phone charger, earphones, usb cable, etc. When I go into my photography bags it gets even worse! And that’s just … Continue reading

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How to make a TARDIS (Dr. Who) out of a refrigerator box!

Everyone in my family is obsessed with Dr. Who. It’s all my fault and I take full credit for it. My boy, Jensen, decided to go as the Eleventh Doctor. My daughter decided she wanted to be a Weeping Angel. … Continue reading

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How to protect young trees from the sun

As the temperatures are starting to rise here in Phoenix and the days are getting longer it’s time to ensure that our newly planted trees are protected from the harsh summer sun. Believe it or not, one of the most … Continue reading

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Starting seeds in egg cartons

This was our other project on the day we made the self-watering seed pots. My boy Jensen and I started more tomato seedlings using some egg cartons that we’d saved. Here are two egg cartons and the tools necessary to … Continue reading

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Recycling Soda bottles into self-watering seed pots

Even though it’s February here in Arizona it’s time to start the Tomato seeds growing into plantable seedlings. I had seen this idea somewhere in the past, so I decided to give it a try with the assistance of my … Continue reading

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She Blinded Me With Science!

My daughter is in the other room starting her science project. She wanted to do something food/cooking related and has been interested in my dehydrator. So, it looks like she’s going to be doing her science project based around foods … Continue reading

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