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    • Bobbie Kay

      sponge towers. for quiet time in class indoor recess

    • Ashly Collins

      Indoor Recess Sponge Blocks

    • Kris Watterson

      Create sponge towers! Simple, fun, and quiet for building fine motor skills. Use while the older kids do school.

    • Ronni Paxton

      Toddler Approved!: Sponge Tower Time - great quiet time activity

    • Chrissy

      sponge towers. You could make this and then have your kids play sponge Jenga and it would quiet and still keep them busy!

    • TRae

      Instead of wooden blocks! Much quieter! Sponge towers. Would be great for indoor recess!

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