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maze made from cardboard boxes

industrial unpoppable bubbles

How to make perfect indestructible bubbles

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Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt.

These fun scented sidewalk chalk's capture all the best aroma's of Summer! Kids will have a blast squirting colorful works of art all over the pavement, and all the mess easily washes away after play!(Summer scents- ice cream, lemonade, cotton candy, and orange creamsicle)

Salt Sock: The BEST Natural Relief for Ear Infections - They are super easy to make, super cheap and you will be amazed at how well they work!

A box for each kid K-12

Destination Domestication: Baby Boxes

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Juice Box/Apple Sauce robot snack Made with juice box, Apple Sauce cups mini boxes of raisins, pretzel sticks and a plastic spoon.

great idea to put paint in glue bottles!

Baby book. Monthly picture on one side, text on the other about the month. Take it a step further by taking their picture with the same thing every month so you can see how they've grown. Or if you are like me and missed those one every year

Sidewalk chalk paint (make your own)

So much cooler than a tire swing and it won't collect water! This is soo awesome!

Thanksgiving daycare craft

This is exactly what I'm doing in our playroom. Love picture frame on left because color theme is green black and white.

Duh!!!!! After all of the frustration with the lame suction cup hangers ... Shower Rod against back wall with wire hanging baskets for tub toy storage.

Condensed milk painting. It doesn't drip and is shiny when it dries.

Cute...Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party!

Newborn shadow box. I love this!

Homemade Corn Dogs.

Crayon hot rocks: If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them

Draw on sandpaper with crayolas, iron the image on to a t-shirt.....(who figures this stuff out?! how cool!).

Capture all the best aromas of Summer with these Summer scented rice recipes- watermelon, cotton candy, lemonade, and orange creamsicle (amazing Summer SCENT-sory play)

Yo-yo painting--this looks so fun, I want to do it myself! Fill a cut-off stocking with dry beans, Dip it in paint, then pretend it's a yo-yo and bounce it on a piece of paper. So fun!