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    Sunflower house... so cool for the kids. Next Summer for sure! :)

    Melted Crayon into Childs name!!!

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    Totally cute idea to do something with all those small sentimental kid toys that you don't want to get rid of and then hang it in the playroom. :)

    This could entertain for hours!! Hardware Store Bath Toys DIY {Bath Toys}

    Lunch box letters: Put everything needed to make words with a base chunk in a lunchbox. Include a record sheet and this makes a great center activity. A free record sheet is available from Joyful Learning blog. Thanks!

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    Make balloon ninjas to fight (or shoot w/nerf guns). How fun!

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    rainbowsandunicornscrafts: DIY Recycled Box Collapsible Play House from She Knows here. For more play houses and forts go here: Cute idea!

    Marbled Easter eggs! add food colour to shaving cream and swirl the colours, roll egg across the pattern, allow to sit for a minute then scrape/wipe off the shaving cream.

    How to keep a child busy for hours in the summer: DIY: Giant Ice Cube Awesomeness - filled with plastic animals, dinos, and such.

    Expand An Image - Start Off a Child's Drawing with a Small Magazine Clipping, and Let Them Finish.

    Brambly Hedge inspired Dolls House

    You can enter their current spelling list and they play games using those words.

    Homemade bath crayons that don't break

    So cute! Mix half Elmers glue and half shaving cream - it dries puffy like this. LOVE THIS IDEA!! MUST REMEMBER

    18 get-off-the-couch games. Great Ideas for those days you are stuck inside.

    This is one of many open ended ways you can help young children explore their shapes through play and using everyday materials in your classroom environment.