I made mine a little differently. For one, I couldn't find the cordless lights for the inside, but I think mine turned out great. I'll be tweaking it for a while I'm sure. I found a bin with a lid and headed over to IKEA for an under the cabinet light to use inside. I found one for around 9 bucks. I lined the bottom of the bin with shelf paper and attached my light to the lid. We turned the whole thing upside down and, viola!
Our brand new light table!
I found these clear plastic magnetic blocks on sale at Lakeshore Learning. The magnets allow you to build 3d structures.
These little circles have metal rings which work well with the magnetic blocks.
I found these slides in the garage. They're some of mine from high school art, but I am pretty sure I have some from actual artists out there some where.
If I keep looking, I'll find them.
Our chiropractor kindly donated these x-rays of hands and feet.
Birdy loved looking at all the bones. She has been very interested in bones lately. She asks me what all of the names are and is constantly feeling around on her body to find new ones, so I knew she would enjoy seeing pictures of all the little bones of the hands and feet.
He says next time we come in he may have some of necks and spines for us!