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sorting colors: DYI- small cups with colored construction paper inserts glued to cardboard tray (found at dollar store)- colored bears or other small items

sorting colors: DYI- small cups with colored construction paper inserts glued to cardboard tray (found at dollar store)- colored bears or other small items

Hammering station for a construction party..Or just because I think Mase would think it's fun.

Developing motor skills in toddlers --- Let them "build" with toy hammers, golf tees, and foam blocks. Check out Good Night, Good Night Construction Site (j E RINKER) or Alphabet Under Construction (j E FLEMING) for a fun tie-in!

Why didn't I think of that?!?! Just regular craft foam for bath time... just the plain cheak kind that I get at the Dollar Tree.

Bath fun in hotels? Regular craft foam for bath time. just the plain cheak kind that I get at the Dollar Tree.

Top 12 play ideas for crawlers via @Sharron Simmons Krull

The Imagination Tree: Baby Play: Cardboard Box Play Tunnel -- love the forest of old tights to crawl through! Kids will love this :-)

Glowing bathtub! It is 100% safe. No harmful chemicals. No highlighters. Just a safe edible beverage found at almost any grocery store.

Hmmm, might try this? A SAFE way to make kids bath water glow. Use tonic water in to make kids bath water GLOW. Tonic water makes kids bath water glow a COOL blue. It is safe. No harmful chemicals.

80+ DIY Toys to Make this should keep you busy for the rest of the summer!

80+ DIY TOYS TO MAKE

Swimming in oodles of noodles. She cut 4 noodles and dumped them in the tub. To sneak in math have them stack the same colors and count them, sort colors in piles and see which color has the most, practice patterning.

Swimming in oodles of noodles. She cut 4 noodles and dumped them in the tub. To sneak in math have them stack the same colors and count them, sort colors in piles and see which color has the most, practice patterning. **Fun for a water table too!

Cover cereal boxes with wrapping paper to make homework in/out bins

DIY: Mail/Paper organizer from cereal boxes. Duct tape to make the seams of the box sturdy and using mod podge dress the box with some cute scrapbook paper. LOVE this for over the back pack hooks for all 4 kids homework.

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