Category Archives: 7-10 Year Olds

C en D Klei Matte of Afteken

C en D Klei Matte of Afteken
C en D Klei Matte of Afteken

Soos aangevra, hiermee volg die letters C en D in die reeks van verniet uitdrukke op KraftiMama.

Kliek op die prentjies om af te laai.

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A en B Klei Matte of Afteken

A en B Klei Matte of Afteken
A en B Klei Matte of Afteken

This is part of an Afrikaans Printable series.

Hier is lekker kleimatte om hierdie A en B Alfabet afteken afdrukke te vergesel. Druk dit uit en lamineer.

Nou kan jou kleuter die letters vorm met klei, of nie-permanente merker gebruik om die lekker groot letters af te teken. Vee af met n natlappie en probeer weer!

Die Werksblaaitjies is nie geskik vir voorskoolse skrywertjies nie, die skrif is te klein en meer gemik op Graad 1 en op.

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Afrikaans Alfabet A en B werkskaarte

Afrikaans Alfabet A en B werkskaarte
Afrikaans Alfabet A en B werkskaarte

Sorry folks, unless you want to teach your kids the Alphabet in Afrikaans, this one’s not for you. I’ll do the English alphabet some time or another, just bear with me OK!

So hierdie een is spesiaal vir ons Afrikaners, yay! Ek het oral gesoek vir Afrikaanse uitdrukke en dit is moeilik bekombaar as jy dit verniet wil hê so na ‘n lang gesoek het ek besluit ek sal dit dan maar vir ons ontwerp. Die prentjies is nie in kleur nie sodat dit kostes bespaar op ink en sodat jou kind dit sommer self kan inkleur.

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In The Gap Clothing

In The Gap Clothing
In The Gap Clothing

I got this awesome shirt from In The Gap Clothing for my son and I love it! Local is surely lekker and to top that, this is a growing family business to watch!

Wearing Christian clothing is not everyone’s cup of tea but for some people it can be a great opportunity to share their faith and answer questions around the clothing they wear. It can be a whole ministry field on your way to work or at the shops. I think its awesome!

About In the Gap:

“Well,  it all started with a dream. When my husband awoke one morning with several designs still in his mind, he realized that the dream of printing Christian t-shirts was from God. More than a year later (in God’s perfect time) the opportunity came to start our Christian Clothing Company and countless details fell into place within a matter of weeks. We were amazed at our King, knowing that this step and the timing was from Him.

In the Gap Clothing is situated in Mossel Bay, South Africa, and we seek to design and distribute quality Christian clothing aimed at promoting Kingdom life.”

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They have some pretty cool pillow cases, wall stickers and shirts & hoodies so hop over and have a look!

Follow their BLOG for insightful posts on relevant Christianity topics or browse around their ONLINE SHOP for awesome Faith clothing. Also follow their FACEBOOK page.

 

 

Fun Morning Schedule for Primary School Kids

Fun Morning Schedule for Primary School Kids
Fun Morning Schedule for Primary School Kids

Getting smaller kids ready for school in the morning can be a daunting task, especially if its something new to the mother and child. Here’s a fun way to keep schedule of what to do in just a few quick steps. These are all activities a small kid should be able to do by themselves. They simply finish the task and drop the flash card in the “Done” holder.

The chores are written down in one word for small kids so they can familiarise themselves with the words associated to the actions.
Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

The activities I listed are:

  • Make bed
  • Feed the dog
  • Eat breakfast
  • Brush teeth
  • Get dressed
  • Brush hair
  • Grab lunch box
  • Grab backpack

What you’ll need:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

 

Step 1:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Cut the rim of the container that the “Done” chores will go into so that it will be flush with the project board.

Step 2:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Use the Blits Stik Gel to attach a piece of project board to the container. Write “Done” on the container with Colour ‘n Paint twisters.

Step 3:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Create your own listed schedule in simple picture cards with project board, using Clear Glue Adhesive and round off the details with Wax Twisters and Colour ‘n Paint Twisters.

Step 4:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Paste the rough part of the velcro at the back of each flash card using Clear Glue. You can keep both sides together but make sure you paste it in the middle of the card so that all the velcro will align neatly when pasted to the board.

Step 5:

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Now put glue on the soft side of the velcro and align all the cards to once again make sure the velcro will be in line when the cards are removed.

Step 6:
Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Fix the container to the project board using Blits Stik Gel and Bob’s your uncle… easy as that! This is so easy you can do it with your primary school kid. Have fun!

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids

Morning shedule, Primary School Kids


 

This post is sponsored by Bostik smart adhesives.

Bostik, glue, crazy clay, back to school

 

Kids Activities Calendar with Bostik

Kids Activities Calendar with Bostik
Kids Activities Calendar with Bostik

Here’s a fun way of showing your Primary School kids what’s on the extra curricular calendar for the week. When they are still so small they are excited about what they are doing when, so this is a nice way for them to be aware of what happens what day. The time labels are there for the older ones who have an idea of time but mostly it helps for mom to also know whats going on!

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

 

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

What you’ll need:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Step 1:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Create your activity pieces with Bostik Crazy Clay and allow it to dry for about 6 hours. This clay is really easy to work with and dries into a nice spongy piece. I created activity pieces for swimming, hockey, maths classes, reading classes, tennis, piano lessons, art classes and birthday parties. 

Step 2:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Cut rectangles of about 5,5 x 4,5cm for the non-repetitive activities that only happens that week out of the lid of an ice cream container. Cut half of them in three for the time labels. Round off the edges with Bostik Crazy Clay or Bostik Glitter Glue. I did the non-repetitive labels with Crazy Clay and the time labels with glitter glue. Leave to dry.

Step 3:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Spray an ample amount of Bostik Art & Craft sprayable adhesive on the project boards and firmly press the felt to the board, smoothing it out to ensure there are no wrinkles. Turn the boards around and cut the squares out in line with the edges of the boards. Apply Bostik Clear Glue on the excess edges one by one before you close the tabs otherwise the glue may dry into the fabric too quickly and dry out too soon. 

Step 4:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

If you use an A3 project board and measure the width in Landscape it should be around 60cm. That gives you 7cm per day of the week with one extra for the activity pieces, so draw lines with Bostik Glitter Glue 7cm apart, leaving one bigger space at the end for the extra pieces you won’t use for the week. Leave to dry.

Step 5:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Cut the rough part of the velcro in small squares, press the backside firmly on a glue dot, pull it from the film and stick it to the backs of all the activity pieces and labels.

Step 6:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

I just love Bostik Sew Simple… I hardly use a needle anymore (oops). Apply it abundantly on both sides of the covered project boards, smooth out with your finger or a piece of cardboard and allow to dry for 10 minutes. Press firmly together and set aside to dry.

Step 7:

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Kids activites, calendar, extra curricular

Finally write the days of the week with Glitter Glue at the top and there you go, time well spent for organizing your kids’ extra curricular activities.

Use a piece of Bostik Prestik to put the eraser marker on the wall next to the activity board for the blank labels used for the non-repetitive activities. Have fun!


This post is sponsored by Bostik smart adhesives.

Bostik, glue, crazy clay, back to school

DIY Christmas series for last minute Christmas decorating with kids!

DIY Christmas series for last minute Christmas decorating with kids!
DIY Christmas series for last minute Christmas decorating with kids!

Still having Christmas with other family or friends? Heres a full list of my DIY Christmas series. These are mostly made with found objects around the house and easy to do with kids.

Enjoy!

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DIY Christmas, Christmas Tree ornament

Back to School Countdown Calendar!

Back to School Countdown Calendar!
Back to School Countdown Calendar!

The first day of school is one of the most memorable events in a kid’s life and counting down to the day will make it so much more fun! I have had the wonderful privilege to make this awesome Back to School countdown calendar with Bostik smart adhesives. Although this is a sponsored post, Bostik has been my favorite choice of adhesives since I was a child so you can just imagine how excited I was to work on this project.

In South Africa, the new school year starts on the 13th of January 2016 so I filled 10 boxes with back to school stationery that will each be opened in turn from 10 days before school starts.

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DIY Christmas #5: Christmas tree ornament

DIY Christmas #5: Christmas tree ornament
DIY Christmas #5: Christmas tree ornament

 

This fun project is easy to do with toddlers if you are not too focused on having it perfect.

What you’ll need:

  • Paper plates (preferably 2 small and two large ones)
  • Green Paint
  • 2 x Toilet paper rolls
  • Glue
  • Glitter, pipe cleaners, pom-poms, sequence etc. to decorate your tree with.

 

Step 1:

Let your toddler paint the back of the paper plates. This is what mine looked like after they were done. I kept their Read the rest of this entry