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DIY Summer Bucket List from Dallas Moms Blog! {citymomsblog.com/dallas}

DIY Summer Bucket List from Dallas Moms Blog! {citymomsblog.com/dallas}

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At Home Activities for Gloomy Days

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Inspiring DIY Cardboard Playhouse — Makedo

Here is a pretty cool and creative project for a Kids Play Fort – Tiny House made from Cardboard Boxes.

how to make a light saber for kids {inlieuofpreschool}

DIY light saber from a wrapping paper tube. My nieces and nephew, all under 6 years old are already Star Wars Fans, and while just about any cylindrical object can be a light saber, having one specially made in the right colors can earn a big smile.

angry birds game

Plan an angry bird birthday party with an angry birds craft activity. Fun and easy angry birds crafts for kids. Ideas for making angry bird crafts.

Good Ideas For You | Play Kitchens

DIY cardboard box washing machine for the dramatic play area! Idea: To practice sorting, add small laundry baskets with different colored cloths or t-shirts beside the washing machine.

A compilation of the most beautiful and creative ways to use cornstarch (cornflour) in play!  From Fun at Home with Kids

15 Ways to Play with Cornstarch (Cornflour)

From Fun at Home with Kids: here are 15 fun and creative ways for toddlers and pre-schoolers to play with this corn starch, a fabulous sensory material. And you can make them all at home easily!

Pool Noodle + Marbles = BEST FUN EVER

Pool Noodle Marble Run

Homemade Soap Crayons.  Every kid loves to color in the tub!

Cooking With Kids Thursday: Homemade Bath Soap Crayons

It’s Bathtub Soap Crayons for kids! We think bathtub time just got a whole lot more fun with this Homemade Bathtub Crayon craft recipe for kids. And, we bet kids will agree! Let’s make Bathtub Soap Crayons!