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  • Danielle Hulst

    Sponge blocks. You could also cut different shapes for a soft, colorful block set. You could even use these in the tub. INDOOR RECESS IDEA

  • Lillian Elmore

    Sponge towers- cheap and QUIET:-) Lots of toddler approved crafts/games on this pageC

  • Beth DiAntonio

    Sponge towers- cheap and quiet Fine Motor Skills (must cut evenly)

  • TRae

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

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