May we merit to go speedily before Melech HaMoshiach and say "Reu Gidulim Shegidalti", “Look at what I have raised"!

 This 770 model was made from almond milk cartons, egg cartons and cardboard! The only tricky part I'd recommend skipping was the rounded window. 

To start cut out an egg carton into bricks. If you make them all the same size yours will look even better! My daughte...

Ok! So this project was a bit more complex and you probably need some crafting skills to put it together, but I'm sure taking these ideas you can simplify it if needed. I bought the materials in the picture below but didn't end up using everything. I used styrofoam bri...

I am loving acrylic paint pens for adding kedusha to toys and covering over non-kosher animals etc.! They work on wood, plastic, glass and fabric, but I haven't tried the fabric out. I wouldn't recommend using them on toys that will go in a babies mouth because the pai...

For more ideas on crafts you can make with Shrinky Dinks please see the previous post. 

1. The first thing you will want to do is find an oval you can trace. The one I used is about 2.5 inches tall to begin with. Remember they will shrink! I used a pink acrylic marker t...

We are having so much fun making Shrinky Dinks! There are so many heilig things you can make with them, keychains, magnets, pendants... and it's much easier than you'd think!

They come in two main varieties, crystal clear and frosted.

Frosted are great for kids to use b...

I'm seeing babies all over hugging little stuffed animals attached to blankets and thought it would be very special for children to have little Torahs to cuddle. These Torah-loveys were made by attaching little "lovey" blankets, much smaller than regular baby blankets...

I wanted my children to have Tzivos Hashem badges for doing missions at home so nicely. I'm thinking of also making a bunch and giving them to my daughter's pre-K morah so she can use them for prizes in class.

These badges are made out of metal lids!

1) Print out a Tzivo...

This little Torah costume was made from the leftover materials from the aron hakodesh! (See past post for details as well as links to materials) No sewing skills required! It was all done using fabric glue and glue gun!

Children identify with whatever they get dressed u...

There are various websites that you can make your own puzzle with. You can make a puzzle of your child doing a mitzvah (and they will feel so special and be even more excited to do that mitzvah in the future!), capturing a special milestone, a Beis Hamikdash, your fami...

What you choose to take pictures of and document makes a big impression on your children. This is what you view as important and worth remembering! 

Some ideas of what to include in your album: The Rebbe's horaos on chinuch (copy-and-pasted from our daily emails), your...

This idea can be great once your baby gets to the age they want to grab onto their toys. Search for toys with mirrors on them. This flat surface is perfect for gluing on pictures! Just cut the picture to the exact size of the mirror and stick it on. The one above as a ...

There is a common practice in the world that images of animals, such as dogs, cats, lions, and so on, are hung around the baby’s room. These are all impure animals.

We need to conduct ourselves differently. Instead of these images, our children should have a tzedakah b...

This Aron Hakodesh is made out of an old drawer believe it or not!

We've included the links for your convenience: A pressure rod was added to the top. No sewing skills are necessary to make this curtain! It was made using fabric glue, but a glue gun would also work. Th...

The way the home is run, which pictures hang on the walls, and all the particulars of the home, play a very important role in the chinuch of a baby. This influence is no less vital than the chinuch a child receives by being taught Torah and the like. The decorations an...

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