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Toddler busy tray. Spray paint an old cookie sheet pan and use it as a travel tray. Magnetic things will stick to it and kids can use it as a tray to eat on, or as a table in the car to color on. You can even make the back a chalkboard that they can use and reuse. BEST CHEAP TRAVEL GIFT EVER!

for the car- cookie sheet with crayons and clip, chalkboard paint, magnetic letters, laminated paper dolls, shapes, etc...

Love the tall ceilings in kids rooms especially if you need to use bunk beds

tutorial: how to make a party surprise ball filled with toys or candy...perfect for a party in lieu of a large pinata

one that measures 60 x 120 cm. I begin to think, imagine and measure the space without finding solutions ....... then I do not know why the port facilities Gorm with me, I take a pencil and paper and in the blink of an eye I'm holding the project I ran into the store and at a cost of about €60 I manage to buy Gorm shelves and uprights.

Cute idea for Teacher Appreciation Day (or end of the schoolyear gift): paint a small terracotta pot with chalkboard paint, and include a nice note and seed packet. Great idea from Leo on the Loose. [via]

this sounds like a great way to stay organized in the car and also to keep things within kids reach.

Mind blown: cut off a bottle spout to store snack bags

Travel arsenal...lots of great ideas to keep kids entertained on long trips

love this idea - a great christmas gift for my country friends.

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