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    sponge towers : cheap and quiet library center (to do)

    • Janice Petitpas

      Sponge towers- cheap and QUIET:-) Lots of toddler approved crafts/games on this page... excellent idea!!

    • Katelyn Brenier

      So simple but I think it'd be a big hit with my kiddos! ...."sprouting a little nostalgia" Busy Bag idea: 40 sponge "blocks" to use for building towers

    • Niya

      sponge towers : cheap and quiet I made these for my Kindergarten class, by kids at home, and my Sunday School And! you can throw them in the washing machine to clean them. - busy bag ideas

    • Amy DeSilva

      Sponge towers- cheap and quiet This is what I'll be using during nap time when the kiddos wake up. GREAT idea!!

    • Cathy Burger

      Sponge towers- cheap and quiet-Great idea for QUIET TIME- Cut 1 sponge to make 5 logs

    • H Smart

      quiet time idea (@Rebecca B) just cut up sponges from the dollar store Sponge Blocks

    • Nicole

      quiet time idea: sponge towers : cheap and quiet -- totally doing this.

    • Angela Bolton

      sponge towers: count blocks, count levels, fine motor skills

    • coraliinee

      Sponge Blocks! Spong Jenga! Great idea for quiet play :)

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