I made these jars to help make taking medicines easier and more enjoyable 🙂
They are great as have quite a lot of space and it’s easy to see what’s inside. If you live with other people you can have your own jars so the medicines don’t get mixed up and you can put them somewhere where they are easy to see so you don’t forget to take the medicine and they are decorative so nice to look at!
How to make some medicine jars
You will need:
Clean jars (if it’s hard to get the labels off, you can try soaking them in water and/or boiling them). if you have a few, choose which ones best fit the shape of the medicine packets and feel nice to open and close.
pens that can write on glass
Then just draw nice patterns or a picture on the jar and fill with your medicine!
This is still a collaboration work in progress… I made the frame out of an old wire coat hanger and black tape. The fringes are made from “iron beads”. Each fringe has a different theme and some are made by friends and family or all ages 🙂 It even has some glow in the dark areas!
Here’s our home schooling calendar sticker legend – many ideas inspired by family, friends and the Internet! Going to try and do the core curriculum ones on every weekday, with days off on weekends / holidays.
Make your own calendar sticker legend with your kids!
All you need is:
A piece of card or paper
small round stickers (if white can colour them in 🙂 ) or coloured pens
pens and/or pencils
If your children suggest what to add to the list and make the legend, they *might* be more enthusiastic about actually doing the activities.
When I was walking with Dan to school the other day, we were talking about him cycling home on his own and I said, “Be careful, keep looking around for cars and people – Observation – that’s the most important thing!”
Dan said, “No it’s not!” I said, “Yes it is – what’s more important than observation?”
He replied, “Love!”
Make a pop-up Love Card for someone you care about ❤︎
All you need is:
paper or card
glue or tape
pens or pencils
It will brighten the day of whoever you give it to!
While staying with my family in the UK this summer, I was rather taken with this translation of the Upanishads by Shree Purohit Swami and W. B. Yeats which I found on my stepdad’s book shelf. Especially the first few lines:
That is perfect. This is perfect. Perfect comes from perfect. Take perfect from perfect, the remainder is perfect.
May peace and peace and peace be everywhere.
Sometimes I find it hard to see perfection in everything, but never hard to see in my son Dan!