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Ironman Blaster using Paper

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IRONMAN BLASTER At first glance, you will think it’s a real toy but actually it’s not. I taught him on how to search for images online and print it on a photo paper. He printed this today, asked help from his Ate Lyn to scissor it out nicely, to make it more realistic (he can cut on his own but he is still working on his precision), then asked me to take a photo.

Characters using Brown Clay

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Early today Jim asked me to make some Avengers characters using a brown clay. I told him to follow it while I bring his kuya to school. Early today Jim asked me to make some Avengers characters using a brown clay. I told him to follow it while I bring his kuya to school. Posted by Train Dad on Sunday, March 26, 2017

Ironman Mask Printout with Eyewear

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He just turned 6 last month and he is now very creative. Yesterday, I taught him how to print on his own. After a few minutes he showed me this. I made an easy navigation button for him so that he can easily print after searching for an image in Google. It’s just like cropping the desired part of the image then choose the desired printer and its settings. Yes, he also type the words…

Crayon holding practice

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Mom Lisa is practicing Jim’s writing and coloring skills. He needs to try different colors so that his fingers will be stronger over time. Using some scratch yellow paper or bond paper are a good way to save money (and trees).

Playdoh Captain America Light Blue

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Playdoh’s are great tools for creativity but if you dont use it very often, make sure to check if there are molds when you open the container again.

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