Playtime

“Say, ‘Hey, can I dance with you?’”

“Hey, can I dance with you?”

“No.”

“…I thought that’s what you might say.”

More Convos with my 2-year old!

Jun 26, 2013 9 Comments

You May Also Like

  • caitieandgina

    Plastic beads? Or glass?

    • Danielle PBS Parents

      Hi caitieandgina,

      We suggest plastic beads. Some popular brands include: Nabbi, Hama, Perler, and Pyssla.

      Thanks!

  • stacey

    I’m assuming that since it’s heated and then cooled, it is safe for food use? Does it get hot enough to release any fumes into the hair during the melting phase?

    • rachel

      There was a terribly toxic smell from the melting plastic that filled our kitchen. I stopped the process after five minutes and put the bowl outside and aired out the oven.

  • Megan

    I have made these with my 10 year old Autistic son. These are easy and fun. The beads are non toxic so they are food safe but the bowl will have holes in it so it won’t hold water. There was a slight smell but nothing to run you out of the house.

  • Kim Fitzhugh

    Why do you grease the bowl, don’t they just pop out?

    • Anoobian

      You grease to get them to hold the shape of the bowl.

  • Jam

    Perler beads are made to be melted, so they shouldn’t be toxic.

  • Rebecca Robinson

    “Barney and Friends” is a favorite of mine. I like “Barney and Friends”. My pig/horse cut-out likes “Barney and Friends”. He also likes “Kipper the Dog”. I am not a man. I like addition and subtraction. My dog/mouse cut-out is seven days old. My dog/mouse cut-out likes “Barney and Friends”. She also likes “Maisy”. She also likes “Kipper the Dog”. “Kipper the Dog” is a favorite of mine. My pig/horse cut-out likes Kindergarten math. He also likes second grade math. He also likes first grade math. My dog/mouse cut-out likes “Mustard Pancakes”. I also like “Mustard Pancakes”. Courtney Campbell from “Mustard Pancakes” has an older brother, Johnny. My dog/goat cut-out likes “Barney and Friends”. My dog/goat cut-out was made on January 4, 2014.