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  • Tenille Gates

    BUSY BAG IDEAS: Popsicle Stick Puzzles --cute toddler gift to make

  • Sara Cairo

    Popsicle Stick Puzzles / toddler activity- what an awesome idea. Could even use family pictures or body parts to help learn , face, arms, legs...

  • Kristin Myers

    Popsicle Stick Puzzles -- not bad to throw in diaper bag, busy bag, or for road trips

  • Alice Johnson

    Busy bag idea- popsicle puzzles (printables)....shhhh......don't tell Grandpa but i might have to use some of his popsicle sticks.

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Kathleen Pelletier
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Cute puzzle idea to make with the grandchildren. I think I'll try making this with Harrison, and then later Sarah Grace can play with it as one of her first puzzles.

Such a classic . Popsicle stick snowflakes!