I Make Costumes Out Of Cardboard Boxes For My Kids And Heres 20 Of The Best Ones

I love cardboard, it’s completely underestimated. Most people throw away their cupboard boxes. But when I get a brand new crisp cardboard box in the house, I get really excited about the possibilities. It’s nothing new, kids have been playing with cardboard boxes for years. A cardboard box can be anything we want it to be, with just a little imagination. 6 reply #2 Cardboard Skulls 3 reply #4 Spaceship Umbrella 1 reply #6 Beard 3 reply #8 Lion Headdress #9 Frankenstein Head 1 reply 10 reply View More Replies… See Also on Bored Panda #13 Unicorn #14 Lion Headdress 1 reply #16 Spaceship Umbrella 1 reply #18 Dinosaur Head #19 Heart 2 reply See Also on Bored Panda

The Age At Which Young People Leave Their Parents Home Is Surprisingly Different In Different Countries

It’s a tearful but joyous moment when your baby birds (your children) finally fly out of the nest, move out of the family home, and start making it on their own. Or rather, it would be a tearful but joyous moment if it actually happened. The reality is, however, that history appears to be repeating itself. In the West — Europe, the United States, Australia, etc. — more and more youngsters choose to live with their parents and move out of their family homes far later than usual. Just like in the days of yore. Bored Panda reached out to “More and more families need to combine incomes in order to afford basic necessitates, including housing, food, healthcare, and access to …

These 3rd Graders Have Some Questions For God And Its Hilarious

Children have an extraordinary curiosity when it comes to understanding the world around them. Just pair that curiosity with their naturally occurring bluntness and innocence, and you’ll realize how hilarious children actually are. While their observations and questions do make their parents want to disappear into thin air if the kids share them in public, it’s best not to stop them from being curious, at least for entertainment value. And while children can have funny questions about just anything, religion is no exception, especially for those raised in Christian families. So when one teacher asked her 3rd-grade students to write letters to God, they posed him with some very interesting questions. While probably unintended to be funny, the kids provided …

The Guardian view on the school climate strike: protests that matter | Editorial

Editorial: The youth climate movement has created a new sense of urgency. Adults, including politicians, must now focus on plotting a safer course This Fridays school strike, which Climate Action Summit on 23 September and millions of activists prepare for a global climate strike on 20 September the media partnership Covering Climate Now is launching its first large-scale collaboration to increase climate coverage in the global media and focus public attention on this emergency. The Guardian is the lead partner in Covering Climate Now, which was founded earlier this year by thethe Nation. The partnership currently includes 250 newsrooms representing 32 countries with a combined monthly reach of more than a billion people. The network represents every corner of the …

Poisoned by their homes: how the US is failing children exposed to lead

Hundreds of thousands of children in the US remain at risk of exposure to lead, which causes cognitive and behavioral deficits Antoinette Catholdi-Dow, a 30-year-old mother of two, first started noticing little bite marks on the window sills in 2015, when her son was about two and a half years old. The window sills were the perfect height to help her toddler pull himself up to stand and walk. Eventually, Catholdi-Dow would enter the room and catch her son nibbling along their edges. By this point, her son had already been diagnosed with both autism and pica, which is an eating disorder that causes a person to crave and eat non-food items. After a few months of this behavior, her …