What about a mirror for kids? Don't you think it's a great accessory for the kids' room? I think it's ideal for both girls and boys. The variety of designs is huge and there's no problem with finding a product suited ideally for each home. Check some of the styles in my collection down below.
A full-lenght mirror that was inspired by the traditional design and makes it really show in your setting, offering the same old-world dedication to detail and the charming touch of the carved single legs and bracketed feet.
Top stylish and beautifully made oval mirror floor is a beautiful piece of furniture for living room, bedroom or dressing room. Made on the basis of MDF is durable and beautifully finished in beautiful color.
make a rainbow and other weather experiments (TAYLOR: This is the experiment that I was talking about for Friday's presentation)
20 Ways to Fill your Child’s Love Tank on Their Birthday ~ a variety of fun and cute birthday ideas to make those we love feel special on their birthday
God looks at our hearts. “God sees not as man sees, for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.” 1 Samuel 16:7
Simple mirror play for kids: exploring symmetry with Magna-Tiles from And Next Comes L
How to make tinker trays for kids for open ended process art - Reggio Inspired
Leave Your Mark at the Shore: "Before a trip to the beach, my kids and I hot-glued double layers of foam letters, numbers, and shapes to the bottom of their flip-flops so that theyd leave fun prints when they walked in the sand. Just remember that the pri
Exploring feelings. Give children mirrors to explore their facial expressions= create self portraits
Much more complex for upper grades or kids who need a challenge- Geometry Unit and Symmetry Activity
Water, mirrors and reflections. An early physics exploration (the little ones here are two and three).
Tin foil art - lots of different ways to get creative with this alternative to paper.
Mirror Play Exploring Reflections and Loose Parts I have seen a few wonderful posts using mirrors to encourage engaging play and exploration in children this fall, so I thought this might be something for us to try. Sensory play is so important to develop
Ed Emberley's Big Green Monster: Mirror painting (is that the word for folding your painted paper to make mirrored sides?)
Easy peasy face paint recipe- only 3 ingredients! This paint has the perfect consistency for creating art on skin. Great for making traditional face art or for letting little ones explore freely with a mirror
school auction class project ideas | GREAT school auction projects here. This was made by a friend with the ...
We just finished this project last week. We got our baseboards from Lowe's and painted them and it is amazing how different our bathrooms look with such a small improvement! And for such a low price!
Reflecting God's Love: Mirror Prayer station for kids encouraging them to ask God what he loves about them
Fairy Dust Teaching Kindergarten Blog: Reggio Emilia: Color Mirror in front of the light table
reggio emilia classroom - Google Search - I like the use of a small detail brush and a sponge brush for spreading the sand - this could also be fun on a mirrored surface
Home Sweet Homebodies: Travelling With Kids (And Saving Your Sanity)- More than 20 ideas of things to keep your kids busy and happy while you travel.
Mirror Symmetry Drawing ~ great for teaching math while kids think they are playing!
Homemade Busy Board / Activity Board: Great for developing toddlers' small motor skills. 10 doors to open, ten different latches, jungle animals under the doors plus a mirror, lights that work, a door latch, lacing strings, a pulley, castor wheels, and a
We call them Name Monsters. I have done this for years as a beginning of the summer art project. We put them up in the classroom and hand them back at the end of the summer.
How To Sew Quiet Book Pages. I thought I'd pinned this long ago, but then it wasn't pinned where I thought it was, and I couldn't find it for the longest time. Sooooooo glad I finally came across it again!
Emotions game- the kids loved these more than I thought they would! We did a whole lesson where we mimiced the emotion and where we talked about what caused the emotion. Afterwards I put them out for free choice with mirrors and a dry erase board and the
Leprechaun Tricks! Fun word work station for students. They'll be proud to outsmart the leprechaun!
Image detail for -DIY Ballet Mirror for a little girls bedroom / kids rooms - Juxtapost
25 creative Elf on the Shelf ideas for a busy mom // For all my mom friends out there :) #christmas #elfontheshelf
Light Tables 101 (featuring 101 ways to use a light table) Learn about light tables and what they are for, as well as what to do with them!
Message on mirror; vinyl projects; silhouette cameo projects... would be really cute for a little girls room!
Conscious Discipline Board- I need this for my classroom! @ Loving and Learning in Pre-K
i love this!! another thing you could do with your kids for cheap and it turns out so pretty