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How to make your own bubbles - simple and cheaper than buying your own!

Cute idea for a yummy treat! Mini Snickers bar, m, and a cookie graham bear.

Temporary tattoo on a banana. What kid wouldn't love finding a Spiderman or Hello Kitty banana in their lunchbox?

How To: cut a little boy's hair. @Pascale Lemay Lemay Lemay De Groof

baby shower idea by sarah.totter

I wish I would had thought of this years ago! Love the tooth receipt so you can remember when they lost them. Need to remember this!

This was brought home from school one day-a special teachers idea, but also would be sweet as little framed Christmas gift for grandparents!

East Coast Mommy: Simple Scavenger Hunt {with printable}. We should do frequent scavenger hunts. Would be great for OT Month!

Cool science experiment for kids! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce... how fun!

Camp Mom: Oil & Water Science Experiment for Kids via Mom's Crafty Space

teach a child to tie their shoes using a jump rope so they can see a larger view of what is happening.

10 apps for preschoolers: 1. Montessori Crosswords 2. Handwriting without Tears: Wet, Dry, Try Capital Letters and Numbers 3. TeachMe Toddler 4. Monkey Preschool Lunchbox 5. Park Math – Duck Duck Moose 6. Bugs and Bubbles 7. PBS Kids Video 8. Farm 123 Free – StoryToys Junior 9. Little Writer – The Tracing App for Kids 10. Rover – The Browser for Education

Step 1: Mix a paste of baking soda and lemon juice. The consistency of the paste should be about that of pancake mix. Step 2: Spread the paste all along the bottom of the toilet {where it meets the floor}, the toilet seat, and any other area that gets a lot of over spray. Let it set for about 10-15 minutes. Step 3: When the timer expires spray the dried paste with white vinegar and let it fizzle. Once it is done fizzing wipe it up with a damp cloth. For future reference!

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