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  • Blair Bode

    Velcro blocks - I need to make these before #baby toy #baby product #children toy| http://babyandkidstoysandproductsisabella.blogspot.com

  • Robyn Dansereau

    Velcro Blocks - add Velcro to wooden blocks for a more lasting creation

  • Velcro blocks - could make this with spare wood blocks

  • Amy Lester

    Velcro Blocks. By attaching velcro strips to one (any) side of a block allows children to get creative with their building and construction. It is also a great sensory activity as the velcro is a different texture than the smoothness from the blocks.

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  • Wincy Fung

    These tree wooden blocks let children know that wood aren't just for burning and drawing but you can also shaped them and build stuff out of it. It's the most natural way to let children discover the outdoor indoor

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city block...fun idea for an art festival, give each table a section then build the tower. Combine each classes tower to make a cityscape.

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Tree Blocks, so gorgeous! so making these myself with branches from our maple tree!

I'd love to make these for the home someday, not just for my kids but also for home...having some random ideas haha, one is making 7 blocks and each block could be labeled each day of the week, another idea is labeling blocks with stuff like basic food ingredients hinting for what will be for dinner ;P

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