Yes, crawling lends a whole new meaning.
These are my day care children in Stenlille Private Day Care , who have made the crayfishes, and they do not get them home until Christmas.
It is my opinion that the crawlers should crawl around the house throughout December, and then we will find them when the children arrive in the morning.
For Christmas, the nisses come home with the children , and the nissue gene stops. 🙂
glued some pictures of the children on the cardboard.
There is a small diy movie at the bottom of the post. We cut them out with the help case.
The requirements can also be done without image.
The main templates are found alongside the other templates here . I drew my body and nissehuen on red cardboard and we cut them out with the help bag. The oldest child could even cut the pieces out. I cut holes for arms and legs with the cavity. The children put thick red chenille into the holes. We bent one end of the chenillas just on the other side to the holes. The youngest child , who contributed to the crayfish, was 15 months old. It could also break his arms and legs, but got a little thinner chenille. The children glued their heads to the body and the nissehuen on their heads.
I cut a stump of pipes to dulle and the kids glued it on.