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Thank you for joining me on your maker journey!

My gifts are on their way to your inbox, and I hope they help you find ways to find more time and space for creative connection with your child or children.

I’m working on some exciting new content that I know you’re going to love, and I would love your honest feedback in this short survey if you have a sec to to help make TinkerLab a more useful resource for our community.

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Warmly,

Rachelle

Comments

  1. Judy says

    Have seen your Pinterest and Facebook pages. Great fun and interesting ideas for play with children that is rich with learning in the best possible ways.

    • rachelle says

      Thanks for the comment, Kimberly! I took a little break for Thanksgiving, and expect to be back in the saddle shortly.

  2. Amy Loxton says

    This is BRILLIANT!
    I’ve been wanting to get more creative with my two kids but was struggling with ideas suitable for a 3yr old and 1yr old to do together.
    I’m so excited!
    Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!

  3. Ashley says

    Made your awesome playdough recipe today, thanks! My first time ever making homemade playdough and it turned out great. It’s way better than “real” playdough! My hands however are stained with all the colors of the rainbow, ha.

    • rachelle says

      I’m glad that you’re laughing about the rainbow-covered hands, and also so happy to hear that the dough turned out better than “real” play dough. Awesome! Thanks for sharing your experience with me.

  4. Nuray says

    Looking forward to using many of your ideas and activities to keep toddlers and young kids playing and creative

  5. Noni Joan says

    I really needed help on what to do with my 2 – 3 year olds. Tinkerlab to the rescue 🙂 Looking forward to many happy messes. I already have babysitting day crafts planned, so excited! Love your tip on what do with all the artwork that builds up, no more store bought wrapping paper in my house.

  6. Jane says

    Hi Rachelle,
    I am a Grandma looking for Christmas presents for 2 grand girls aged 8 and 6 who are very talented artists for their ages. They are not being taught cursive in school, but they love to write in whatever cursive they invent.
    I am wondering if the book you recommended by Eleanor Winters is age appropriate and also need more defined information about the pen or ‘nib’ (as it seems to be called) to give them to start up. These girls have NOTHING yet, so I want to start them off with appropriate beginner things that will encourage and inspire them.
    As their Grandma I won’t be able to supervise or encourage them daily, but need to find tools they can start out with.
    Can you help?
    Thanks,
    ‘MamaJane’

  7. Pallavi says

    Hi Rachelle,
    I was searching for some ideas for my kid’s school project and found you…..I love ur ideas….
    Thank you for adding me…

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