Jana Hrnciarikova

Jana Hrnciarikova

Jana Hrnciarikova
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Shark Run Core Strength Game for Kids

Shark Run Core Strength Game for Kids This could be a cool game for a class of little ones , have someone be the shark and they have to catch the others or just have a race that works too

De kindjes moeten een parcours afleggen met een krant en daar een ballon op. Ze moeten over allemaal obstakels en de ballon mag niet vallen.

perhaps with different obsticals, but two people racing with a balloon on paper is a fab idea

Hollow out medium round pumpkin from the bottom. Carve half-circle mouth with a tooth, 2 half-circle eyes with pupils and triangle nose. For eyes, push in inner piece (don't remove). Then, etch away skin on pupils and tooth with linoleum cutter. Use awl to poke holes about 1½" apart across top and sides of pumpkin. Push lollipops (Orange Sassy Suckers, $25 for 100; candywarehouse.com) into holes to create hair.

Hollow out medium round pumpkin from the bottom. Carve half-circle mouth with a tooth, 2 half-circle eyes with pupils and triangle nose. For eyes, push in inner piece (don't remove). Then, etch away skin on pupils and tooth with linoleum cutter. Use awl t

Thermoplastic markings can add colour and interest to a play area / school playground incorporating games, sports or education features to a tarmac surface.

SSP are a leading suppliers of Wet Pour Rubber & Artificial Grass Playground Surfaces. Installers of playground surfaces for school and nursery playgrounds

tmf006-b-long-jump-playground-marking

This playground marking is numbered to help children learn to count or for the older ones its a challenge to reach number

Our Fitness Trails are great thermoplastic playground markings for both break and lesson times. PRODUCT SHOWN: TM137 Fitness Trail Two

Our Fitness Trails are great thermoplastic playground markings for both break and lesson times. PRODUCT SHOWN: Fitness Trail Two

Brick Path. Looks very old and worn.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Reminds me of the brick paths I used to trip on daily at my terribly stuffy southern University where I cultivated my love for everything pre-twentieth century.