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Make your own tablet car dock. .50 cent plastic pencil case and bungee cords. Large tablets will fit in heavy plastic document sleeves for a 3 ring binder. Touch screens still work through the plastic! Travel cheap Mamas!

Toddler busy bags - Use cheap pencil cases to hold different games for on the go, such as a family memory game, a small notebook with stickers and pencils, finger puppets, lacing cards, pipe cleaners or wiki stix, etc.

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How to Sew an iPad Case for the Car!

How to sew an iPad case for the car, using the Trace & Create Tablet Keeper Template. Details on Nancy Zieman's Blog

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Road Trip Fun With Kids

Have the Best Road Trip EVER with your kids using these fantastic games and ideas. #roadtrip #travelingwithkids #tripswithkids

Free Shipping Sun Visor Point Pocket Multifunctional Storage Bag Car Accessories Auto Organizer with 3 Colors on $8.50

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Awesome!! Busy binders for kids...keeps them occupied in church, doctors office, long car trips,ect. - (good idea for older kids too!)

Shower caddies with suction cups for placing on window next to child for their crayons, markers, pencils, etc. Awesome idea!!!Surviving a road trip with kids @Amy Moser Moments

recycle your old DVD cases into coloring cases Car trips, waiting rooms, restaurants. Brilliant for children. Brilliant

4 pillows and 3 yards of fabric; Seen this before but this one has instructions.

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Before & After: A Little Tikes House Gets a Paint Job

BEAUTIFUL ... before & after. Learn how to repaint Little Tykes Toys

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9 creative sidewalk chalk photos

This makes me want a trampoine even worse, NOW! :( 50 Things To Do On Your Trampoline Repin now, read later

SO. FREAKING. COOL. 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint"...Who knew!?