Corona negative? No, not at all!



Yes, we know the corona is not fun... but there are also positive things to it!


The fuel is cheaper than ever.

- You now have all the time to do things you've never done, or always wanted to learn.

- come up with fun things to pimp your home or to decorate things differently. Plenty of time!

- You can start baking anything, and then, of course, eat it!!

- You can sit on the phone for hours with your best friend or girlfriend. Or call your grandfather and/or grandmother on them I'm sure they like.

- You can't spend anything in the stores like groceries, so you have a lot of money left to save.

- You can do a lot of yoors.

- No school is not nasty teachers HAHA!

- For the people who need to sit at home... you can fill in your own time so there is also time for your children or other people/animals in the household.

And so there are many other things that are positive about the corona crisis but you can think of it yourself.

So people turn it into something positive, and then it'll all be over soon. That not everything is open and there is not much to do but you can make it all more fun yourself and together with the family you are certainly not alone. Ojaa and if you have to sit at home, look at those movies that want to see so much or watch a show. It might also be nice to show your favorite youth movie to your kids what they think of this... I think I already know the answer.







#yoorscoronapositivechallenge

yoorscoronapositivechallenge
Snake tinkering with splash peas
Use natural materials for crafting, it's not obvious, but it is possible! For example, split peas, they are funny green hemispheres that you can stick to different cardboard shapes! We have chosen to craft a snake with it, but all kinds of other animals and shapes are also possible. You could also combine it with corn grains, lentils, bird seeds, rice, pasta and all kinds of other dry seeds etc. So it's just an example, we assume that you can make a much more fun work of art with it! It may look like a gazebo, and that might be a little bit. You have to have a little patience and you can't just throw the splits on it. One by one, they're stuck on here, flat side down. When you sprinkle the peas next to your workpiece, pick up a pea with one wet finger and put it directly into the glue. Your finger acts as a stick as it were. A good exercise for fine motor skills! For the very small children, draw a smaller example, otherwise it may take too long. This snake is also a nice collaborative project: one starts at the head and the other at the tail, so you work towards each other! Required: split peas, piece of cardboard (e.g. from cereal box), marker, glue, scissors and colors, e.g. green Crayola wax crayons Draw a figure on a piece of cardboard with marker Colour the shape with wax crayons so that the surface has a tan Required: split peas, piece of cardboard (e.g. from cereal box), marker, glue, scissors and colors, e.g. green Crayola wax crayons Draw a figure on a piece of cardboard with marker Colour the shape with wax crayons so that the surface has a tan Required: split peas, piece of cardboard (e.g. from cereal box), marker, glue, scissors and colors, e.g. green Crayola wax crayons Draw a figure on a piece of cardboard with marker Colour the shape with wax crayons so that the surface has a tan Required: split peas, piece of cardboard (e.g. from cereal box), marker, glue, scissors and colors, e.g. green Crayola wax crayons Draw a figure on a piece of cardboard with marker Snake garland made of paper - Read more Snake clays around a branch - Read more Slanting Snake from paper plate - Read more Yoors is a platform for everyone! From now on, look at Yoors here? Please log in with your email address first. That is free and without obligation! Click on login below and enter your email address. That's it! Then log out again, right? Could be!Yoors gives you no advertising and your email address is always private - Login #slang #spliterwten #knutselen #kinderknutsels #knutseltips #spliterwtjes #erwten #erwtjes #slangen
My Dolls,
#yoorsapril2021 I loved them when they were ready. I thanked my mom because as a child to keep me busy and not being uneasy in the leisure time she took me with her to her craft workshops.. Before they were a nuisance, today I value it and treasure it because it was a wonderful gift from the best mother in the world, mine. Every stitch was a constant learning because I wanted them perfect and with every mistake or failure they were teaching me how to shape them.. All three are equal and different, unique and wonderful. Together they are the best sample of women's beauty because it doesn't matter the skin color, hair type, body shape, scars (they have them in every stitch of their body by the thread that shapes them), what really matters is what they show, what they transmit. My mom didn't know years ago - I won't say how many but the 30s pass - I didn't know the concept of Sorority or Empowerment, but it was what she and her friends were doing and what she transmitted to me so that I now do it with my daughter.. I can't take her to workshops because the pandemic locked us up, so the workshop is home and now we make candy and dolls.. She is happy because she has “many dolls that Mom made and they are the most special ones”, I am because it will be three generations to whom she will unite the spirit of creating and believing that dreams are built with a constant trial and error.