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Lego Zip Line Homemade Toy Zip Line for Kids

http://www.toysstoresonline.com/category/toys-for-boys/ LEGO zip line - a fun activity for kids to learn about angles, gravity, and tension to build STEM skills

Lego Zip Line Homemade Toy Zip Line for Kids

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from Frugal Fun For Boys

How to Build a Lego Candy Dispenser

How to build a working Lego candy dispenser! Step-by-step instructions.

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How to Build a Lego Candy Dispenser - Frugal Fun For Boys

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Swinging Nerf Targets

Swinging Nerf targets with plastic cups - FUN!

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Swinging Nerf Targets - Frugal Fun For Boys

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Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter... let them create the monster or animal of their choice. This is so creative!

House of Baby Piranha: Wiggly Eye Drawing Starter

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150+ Sensory Play Ideas can be found here, and new playtimes are added weekly! So many FUN and creative ideas here!

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from Kids Activities Blog

{Do It Yourself} Lego Instruction Book

This homemade Lego puzzle book is a super fun way for lego fans to learn patterning and shapes - great math activity. I could even do it now with just simple patterns out of his huge Legos (like a red stacked on a yellow) to help him learn colors and order.

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Im so glad I found this bc I HATE salt dough- No-flour, no salt play-dough recipe. Results are silky smooth dough! Uses Baking soda and corn starch.

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from No Time For Flash Cards

75 TV Free Activities For Toddlers

I need this because I get in a rut! 75 TV Free Activities For Toddlers...So many that are so simple, but we forget

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The Brooding Hen: Hardware Store Bath Toys

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from Apartment Therapy

Ingenious Uses for Chalkboard Paint

Buying a big old cheesy painting from the thrift store then painting in with chalk board paint! Would be great for the kitchen!

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