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Pretend Make-up from Nail Polish--let it dry, and then she isn't making a powdery mess every where. Baby Girl Hack!

Kerr-afty Creations: Pretend Make-up from Nail Polish

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Cheerios and pipe cleaners - even the youngest little hands could manage these :) I'm hoping to make these with my sons class of 4 and 5 year old children and hang them from a tree near their classroom window.

Hanging Bird Feeder from Cheerios – Home and Garden

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Marble Painting~a standard toddler art project that will keep them occupied for hours!

Play Create Explore: Marble Painting

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This should be called "40 Ways to Engage a Toddler!" It was written by a homeschool mom for distracting littles while you work with big kids, but I hope to use some of these ideas with my busy little guy.

Simple Little Home: 40 Ways to Distract a Toddler

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DIY: finger puppets

RITZ Crackers (ritzcrackers)

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Do you have a little one that loves Frozen? If so, here is a super simple recipe for homemade Frozen Play Dough. Your little princess will think you are a genius! #frozen

Frozen Play Dough - Time 2 Save Workshops

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Engage their mind and taste buds with this fun building (and eating!) project. Grape Sculptures and Healthy Snacks for Kids via The Artful Parent

Edible Art! Grape + Toothpick Sculptures - The Artful Parent

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Mother Nature is very generous with her craft supplies and one of her most popular (and plentiful) items is pinecones! They are everywhere come fall and are a great base to create some really fun projects! I find that people use pinecones most commonly in three ways: painted...

Decorating with Pinecone Crafts | Everyday Fun

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