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Kara's Classroom: Sticky Window & Tissue Squares

Rainy Day Project – Stained glass window with press-n-seal and tissue paper. Rainy Day Project – Stained glass window with press-n-seal and tissue paper.

Create a bubble station to prevent spilled bubble wands.

Bubble mix doesn't last long in the hands of a child. Create a bubble station to provide a solution. This is so clever! / Only clever until the solution falls below the top of the bubble wand loop - then it doesn't work.

Best kid fort ideas - make magical memories with amazing forts, plus a flashlight reading fort party.  So easy and special.

Magical Memories: Best Inside Forts + Reading

10 Awesome Fort Ideas To Build With Your Kids - Page 5 of 10 - Reach for the stars without leaving the house! This adorable starry night box fort is just one of 10 awesome ideas to try with your kids. (via Life As Mama)

This site is amazing! They have for different ages, so you can keep your projects age appropriate and fun :o)

Got a bored toddler? Give them a colander and some pipe cleaners.should keep them busy for hours- and enhance their fine motor skills & hand eye coordination.

What an awesome idea! I'm def. doing these :)

10 Awesome Fort Ideas To Build With Your Kids

Toddler Painting - no mess. Put paint in a 2 1/2 gallon Ziploc bag, using painters tape, tape bag to sliding doors and let the creativity start. My 16 month old played with this for days.

Toddler Painting - no mess. Put paint in a 2 gallon Ziploc bag, using painters tape, tape bag to sliding doors and let the creativity start. My 16 month old played with this for days.

Edible finger paints with just 2 ingredients! For baby safe sensory play.

Edible Finger Paint Recipe

These sensory play sands, doughs, finger paints and slimes are entertaining and…

10 Toddler-Approved Sensory Play Edible Recipes

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