Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Fishing !

Last weekend, we had a fun time with the kids.

We made our own fishing game !

A variety of sea creatures. Some are drew by YX and some I traced from his sand toy mould. The frogs are from here.

Hubby made the fishing rod from the balloon stick.

The happy boy enjoyed his fishing game


And baby join in the fun too !

24 comments:

  1. This is creative. I'm sure my son loves it too.

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  2. yeah, that's a nice little games.. comes with more fun doing in on your own than buying outside.. :)

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  3. You are creative! haha, never thought of DIY fishing game...

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  4. wah... very fun game indeed! btw u very rajin saw u post this at 7am....?? wat time you wake up usually?

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  5. Ha ha, what a coincidence, I made the same thing for my toddler too....yours are nicer...

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  6. Wow! You are so innovative to turn paper, clips, balloon sticks and magnets into fishes and rods. Now I got another DIY items in my list :) Love the great idea!

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  7. Great idea! Hmm, why didn't I think of making this for Chloe? I've made this before when I was a kid :)

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  8. Very creative ler. Looks really fun. :)

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  9. So nice. You people are so creative. When my daughter was small,she had a fishing toy like this but all bought ones... Spent a fortune then but I guess it was all worth it. All grown now, will graduate soon. How time flies!!!

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  10. Willie ~ haha...go and make some for him and the father and son can go fishing.

    [SK] ~ Just happen I have all the materials available at home. Else, I will be very lazy to start the engine to make them.

    Hayley ~ Keep this in mind for your future kids. hehe

    Mummy-J ~ Hahaha.....I actually scheduled the post. At 7am, I'm still in the toilet brushing my teeth!

    Pete ~ *high 5* am sure your son loves it! Quick quick blog about that.

    yvonne ~ They are all simple to do. Go make some for your kids. Bet they will love them!

    smallkucing ~ ;) no need battery operated. hehe

    Chloe ~ Am sure Chloe will loves it.

    Mummy Gwen ~ It's fun but lots of shouting invovled when the kids fishing rod got entangled, or both want to fish the same creatures. Got to seperate them. haha

    suituapui ~ Missed your daughter again. Go and buy an air tix and fly over ASAP. hehe....

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  11. kids feel happy with any toys with them. not like adult ... so hard to make them feel happy.

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  12. How do they play with the toys har, by waving them in the air?
    +Ant+

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  13. The colourful sea creatures are lovely

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  14. You are really hardworking and creative

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  15. Very creative... :) fun and cheaper than buying outside. :)

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  16. p & p mum ~ yes..real fun ;D

    the little prince ~ something the kid can enjoyed together with us - the parents ;D

    CH Voon ~ haha...you have somebody hard to please?

    Gratitude ~ there is a magnet attached to the balloon stick (fishing rod) and there is a paper clip on each sea creatures. So they basically 'fish' by using the magnet.

    Mei Teng ~ Purposely use different colour of manila cards to beautify them. hehe

    Sheoh Yan ~ Just for the sake of fun ;D

    Jiawen ~ ya....bigger than buying outside. haha

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  17. This is really fun. Make the sea creatures 1st (arts n crafts activity), then play fishing game. But errr... y r u guys fishing frogs? hahaha

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  18. Wow...great idea. Must try out when i m free with the kids.

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  19. Wow...great idea. Must try out when i m free with the kids.

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  20. The colourful sea creatures are lovely

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  21. So nice. You people are so creative. When my daughter was small,she had a fishing toy like this but all bought ones... Spent a fortune then but I guess it was all worth it. All grown now, will graduate soon. How time flies!!!

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