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Just take your hot glue gun and make a design on some cardboard (squiggles, shapes, smiley faces, stripes, etc – hey those all start with S… weird!).  Once it’s completely cooled and dried, you can set a piece of paper over the design and rub it with the side of a crayon (remove crayon wrapper first).

So cute and easy to make! :-) Paper clip 'tween two felt fishies, magnet on line, easy-peasy!

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Busy Bag Ideas from Babblin Brook - Including: Pipe Cleaner fun | PomPom Stuff In | Gel Writer | Felt Fishies | Chalk Blocks | Felt Shapes

GENIUS: Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.

Toddler Busy Bags and activities...we made the ice tray/pompom activity...Jack loved it!! Can't wait to get the others this week!

Mandy would like this: popsicle stick bracelets: boil in water for 15 minutes then place in cup to dry~this is cool!