Was man braucht:
Blumentopf ohne Loch
What you need:
Blumentopf mittig auf die Rückseite des Papptellers stellen und mit dem Stift herum zeichnen.
Set the flower pot in the middle of the back of the paper plate and draw around the flower pot.
Einen Kreis ausschneiden und bis zur Markierung einschneiden.
Cut out a circle from and cut up to the marking.
Nun den Pappteller umdrehen und von den Kindern nach Belieben bemalen lassen.
Nach dem Trocknen die Zahlen 1 bis 12 aufmalen.
Turn over to the paper plate and let the children paint it as desired.
Paint the numbers 1 to 12 on it, after drying.
Nun den Blumentopf umdrehen, den Pappteller darüber ziehen und mit Klebefilm befestigen.
Now turn the flower pot, pull the paper plate over it and fix it with scotch tape.
Jetzt wird Sand in den Topf gefüllt.
Fill sand into the flower pot.
Das Holzstäbchen wird in die Mitte gesteckt.
Put the wooden stick to the middle of the pot.
Fertig ist die Sonnenuhr!
Jetzt noch einen sonnigen Platz im Garten suchen und die „Uhrzeit einstellen”.
The sundial is ready!
Find a sunny place in the garden and “set time”.
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Yet another brilliant idea! I'm pinning this one to try with my girls this summer!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a fabulous week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
love this great idea!!ReplyDelete
would love it if you could share this on my link party Serenity Saturday, that runs from Saturday to Thursday @ www.serenityyou.com
Such a cute idea - pinning as a project to do with my boys. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Cute Idea! Simple and easy to do with lots of potential for variations! Great! Thanks for posting! Here from the Inspire Me Monday hopReplyDelete
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Looks like a really fun project to do with the kids when learning about time. Thanks for sharing at Etcetorize this week!ReplyDelete
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That's a wonderful idea!ReplyDelete
What a great idea to do with the kids. I'll have to try it out! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
AMAZING!!! I have to show this to Gabrielle!! Very interesting!ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!
Wow, that's a pretty cool idea. Thanks for taking the time to do a tutorial.ReplyDelete
That is a great idea! I really want to try that with my kids. Pinning!ReplyDelete
great idea for the kids!!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful fun for the 11yr old in my child care program - she loved doing this and can't wait to get it home to show her parents.ReplyDelete
Fun and educational! Nice idea.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina
This is sooo stinking adorable! What a great project for your little girl! Thanks so much for joining in the Hippo Hop!ReplyDelete
Amie @ Pinkapotamus
How clever! What a great idea, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What a great learning activity! I'm pinning this one. Thanks.ReplyDelete
What a great project! My daughter was just saying (all smart allicky) the other day that she didn't know what time it was and didn't know how to read the sun. Well, now she will because we are definitely making these:) Thanks so much for sharing at Creative Thursday this week. Have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
So cool! What a fun project!ReplyDelete
Such a great and fun project! Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouseReplyDelete
This is a great idea, my daughter would have so much fun with this. Thanks for linking up to the Keep Calm & Link Up party - see you next week!ReplyDelete
What a great kids project! Thanks so much for sharing on Tout It Tuesday. Hope to see you tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Great idea! Pinning this to do with my son :) Thanks so much for linking this up to our weekend Wonders party. Hope to see you back on Thursday :)ReplyDelete
What a fun project! And so educational, too. My kids would love this! Thanks for linking up to our Weekend Wonders party!ReplyDelete
This is such a cute sun dial. Great tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing with Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party last week. This weeks Link Party is opened at http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/08/tangerine-toner-and-wednesdays-adorned.htmlReplyDelete
Hope to see you there.
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What a great idea!! I love it. We will definitely have to give this a try. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!ReplyDelete
Absolutely great kid craft. Thank you for linking it up at our linky party athttp://www.fineCraftGuild.comReplyDelete
What a cute idea for the kids! I know mine would love this project. Thanks for linking up with Making Space Mondays! I hope you'll visit again soon. -TabithaReplyDelete
What a cute Kids craft!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!