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Magnet chore chart. Had I thought of this, i'd have done it when my lil' boy was this age. its interactive, luv it

Frugal Fun For Boysfrom Frugal Fun For Boys

Swinging Nerf Targets

Swinging Nerf targets with plastic cups - FUN!

Genius! Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours. So will I.

Brittyn needs this DIY hoola hoop fort. Could be a reading tent, or a secret hideaway, or a sleeping nook.. PLAY ROOM

Kraft Canadafrom Kraft Canada

JELL-O Play Dough

Jell-O Play Dough Recipe - Make your own play dough! It won't stain, and can be stored in the fridge.

This is genius!! Portable roads that are easy for kids to put together and will travel easily, made out of old denim and yellow paint; velcro helps them stick to carpet. Brilliant!

Life Through My Eyesfrom Life Through My Eyes

Delightfully Inspiring Thursday: DIY Travel Games

I got the idea HERE and modified it by attaching a magnet to the back of each stick so Reuben can do the puzzles on the cookie sheet. (I just used a large roll of magnet tape and cut it into tiny strips. I’m thinking I might need to go back and reinforce the magnets with a little hot glue. We’ll see…) I found all of the animal pictures in the images of Word.

Magnetic Paint on the wall, glue magnet on bottom of car. The BEST idea I have seen for a boys room..

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

A DIY Magnetic Activity Board — Mollie D

magnet board and locks etc

Infarrantly Creativefrom Infarrantly Creative

Game Board Storage Art

Board games hanging on wall (no glass front in frame), baggie on back to hold pieces, great idea for play room! Genius idea, where you can see it and your boxes don't break.

Crafts for Kidsfrom Crafts for Kids

DIY Shoe-Tying Board

DIY Shoe-Tying Board . Kids Crafts . Fun Games | PBS Parents, NEED this for our kiddos, tying their shoe laces after they have been dragged through pee in the bathroom is not enjoyable!

Another Pinner said: This kept my 2 year busy for an entire hour and my 4 year old busy for 2 hours! YAY! Drop vinegar tinted with food coloring onto a pan filled with baking soda. Sheer minutes of colorful fizziness!!... Pretty sure we will be doing this soon! GENIUS!.

Teaching Mamafrom Teaching Mama

20 Toddler Activities

Cardboard Tubes and Pompoms