Bottle Babies – inexpensive, open-ended loose parts make a great addition to an indoor or outdoor play space.
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5 ways to use your Magna Doodle as a learning tool!
Our original Magna-Doodle has been kicking around for about
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Make a homemade magic kit for pretend play using a paper bag, a drinking straw and a handful of simple
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Flat people: make a quick and easy homemade paper doll family from a cereal box and cardboard roll.
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I love a making homemade puzzles for kids. We’ve had quite a few over the years: name puzzles, toy puzzles
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Make a simple button snake to help your child strengthen his buttoning and fine motor skills.
Learning to pass a
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6 ways to make homemade stamps for kids using household items.
We often use common household items to make our
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Turn a wrapping paper tube into a cardboard drop zone fine motor activity for toddlers!
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Have you ever seen our Easy DIY Light Boxes?
They’re super for individual or group play, and
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An easy indoor hopscotch – an indoor, rainy day gross motor activity!
When the weather is great, and kids
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