Tuesday, July 28, 2009

DIY - 'Spindle Box'




Materials:

~toilet rolls,
~branches/sticks,
~board/cardboard,
~glue,
~marker/crayon etc

Remarks:
Should have put the No. 4 closer to the edge as well as the No. 5, so they will look 'join up' when put together.


Instead of using toilet roll, save the can/tin from your can food...

20 comments:

  1. great post! why did you stop posting?
    I will be linking. If you don't want to be featured please let me know.
    Thanks.
    Jo
    The Montessori Goldmine

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  2. Hi Kampung! I absolutely LOVE your idea! Looking forward to reading more of your posts.
    :D I'm trying to become a follower but my computer doesn't let me. I'll try later...

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  3. What a Lovely idea!!!! So original and beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Brilliant idea. I've been trying to think of a cheap way to make spindle boxes. Heaven knows we go through enough toilet paper rolls!!

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  5. una idea genial, me la apunto
    Un saludo
    Azucena

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  6. I like this very much. Was looking for a way to do maths with marbles and little holders, eswpecially to do division and I like this very much.
    So of to look for all the stuff and try it out.

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  7. LOVE this! Shared pin/link here
    http://pinsandprincesses.blogspot.com/2012/04/toilet-paper-tube-extravaganza.html

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  8. I love this. Thank you. I can't wait to try it.

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  9. Thank you for this great idea!

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  10. Great idea. I hope to use it soon!

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  11. Going to try this

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  12. I really love this idea... Thank you, I'll definitely be following this blog !

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  13. this is genius, i love it - off to start saving up my loo rolls

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  14. Love the use of natural objects used with Montessori!!! I am so glad I didn't buy something, this is much better!

    I am going to go to the beach and pick up the kids favorite rocks or shells. They are always asking to take them home!

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  15. très belle idée . Facile à mettre en place avec très peu de matériel .
    Un grand bravo

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  16. What a fantastic and beautiful use of items at our fingertips! Thank you.

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  17. What a fantastic and beautiful use of items at our fingertips! Thank you.

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  18. Awesome idea. I'll definitely use it in my math center. I work with the younger preschoolers so I'll probably use paper straws instead to avoid scratches and other injuries. But Love, Love it

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  19. FREE file to "print" on wood by laser cut service
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2822830

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