After this week, we don’t have any excuse to let our children be bored, anymore! Thanks to all of you who shared the magnificently creative projects in this week’s challenge, Kids’ Boredom Busters. From travel games to puppet theaters to kid-friendly foods and beyond, you had an impressive array of ways to keep children busy. This challenge had a wealth of great ideas for moms, grandmas, babysitters, teachers, and anyone else who needs to keep busy little minds and bodies out of trouble. Thank you for the inspiration!
This week, our guest judge was the creatively minded Marie LeBaron from Make and Takes.
Marie was just as impressed with your boredom busting ideas as we were! Here’s what she told us:
“What fabulous projects were submitted. I’m having a hard time picking out just 10, as all of these are such great ways to beat the boredom blues! You all are so creative. Your kids will thank you! Thanks for letting me be a part of the series, this week!”
#21 Mop/Broom Puppets from Impress Your Kids
#2 Actual Size Paper Dolls from The Creative Vault
#5 Shape Layout and Drawboard from Designs by Kasia
#6 Door Frame Puppet Theater from Designs by Kasia
#8 DIY Travel Games from Choose to Thrive
#9 Best Purchase Ever–Timers! from Michelle Paige
#16 Alphabet Breadsticks from Dukes and Duchesses
#23 DIY Moon Sand from Polish the Stars
#37 Watermelon Waffles from Random Thoughts of a Supermom
#46 The Bored Board from CraftOManiac
#50 Battleships Folders from Creating My Way to Success
The CSI Girls chose their favorite projects to feature, too:
#51 – Fun Nightstands for Kids from Funkytime
#34 Make Your Deck a Giant Gameboard from The 36th Avenue
Winners, you can get your buttons HERE.
Our randomly drawn winner was
We’d like to thank our guest judge, Marie from Make and Takes, and our sponsor, Andrea from Bubblewrapp’d, for supporting this week’s challenge. We’re so glad you joined us this week at The CSI Project!
Thanks to those who shared their projects with us this week. We hope to have all of you back for our next challenge:
Images: Better Homes and Gardens