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Cardboard Tube Marble Run

by Deborah Alter-Rasche
Today we made our own, simple Marble Run from cardboard tubes. It was great that such a simple and fun activity could include so many different learning areas like learning about gravity, angles, construction, problem solving, fine motor skills, eye tracking, speed and more. Ages: 2-6+ (Maddie is 3....

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