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  • Rosanna Moulton

    ice eggs - Freeze balloons filled with water and small toys. Cut balloon off and play with eggs outside. Provide spoons for cracking ice and digging treasures out. - looks like a great activity for hot summer days! This is an awesome idea!

  • Jeannie O'Connell

    ice eggs - Freeze balloons filled with water and small toys. Cut balloon off and play with eggs outside. Provide spoons for cracking ice and digging treasures out. SUMMER Fun idea.

  • Jessica O'leary

    Ice Eggs - cool off and play archaeologist at the same time! Fill water balloons with water and a small plastic toy, tie and freeze. - Kids activities curated by SavingStar. Get free grocery coupons at savingstar.com

  • Mary Deering

    Swell summer activity for kiddos: ice eggs - Freeze balloons filled with water and small toys. Cut balloon off and play with eggs outside. Provide spoons for cracking ice and digging treasures out.

  • Samantha Corley

    Great idea for a hot day! Ice eggs - Freeze balloons filled with water and small toys. Cut balloon off and play with eggs outside. Provide spoons for cracking ice and digging treasures out.

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