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Busy Bag Idea: straw and string- make a straw necklace- won't break as easily as pasta, and if you buy colored straws can be just as pretty for less work
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So, I am having a baby, soon, apparently. I know Reese will be one of the best gifts I can give Lily, BUT it's inevitable that Lily is going to resent Reese and want her to go away (I am sure at 3 am, I will have similar feelings?). It is also inevitable that I will be overcome with Mom guilt at not playing with Lily or giving her attention. I feel better and more in control when I feel like there is sort of a plan, plus preferably SOMETHING hoarded. Preferably lots of somethings. I have…

Building shapes with popsicle sticks! Great for toddlers or classroom centers. Printable cards and worksheet.
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Kindergarten Math Center - Problem Solving - Popsicle Stick Geometry

A fun, hands-on center or activity to do with your preschool, kindergarten or primary students. This activity addresses various critical thinking and problem solving skills. Children are also learning how to not only identify, but build basic shapes as well.This pack contains:★ "I Can" poster for c...

Deck of Cards Match Game - Busy Bag Idea - super simple! Great idea for those decks where few cards are missing!
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Deck of Cards Match Game - Busy Bag Idea From Recycled Materials

Need a cute entertainment game for the kids? Check out our Deck of Cards Match Game - Busy Bag Idea craft tutorial! #gluedtomycrafts

Rainbow colour sorting busy bag. Busy bag ideas for kids. Hands on learning. Preschool activities. Learning and Exploring Through Play.

Rainbow colour sorting busy bag

Rainbow colour sorting busy bag. Busy bag ideas for kids. Hands on learning. Preschool activities. Learning and Exploring Through Play.

DIY Travel Coloring Case that will keep the kiddos occupied and give you a decorated back seat. Hey, at least post-its are easy to remove! :)
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How to make DIY Travel Coloring Case

This is a lifesaver! With summer time comes a lot of travel. Visiting family, friends, day trips….you name it, we do it. These little DIY Travel Coloring Cases are a parent’s best friend. My girls love to color. Give them a pack of post-it notes, and they are busy for hours. Combine the two, and ... Browse More

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button color sorting preschool quiet time activities

Colors and Patterns Busy Bag for Preschoolers - Raising Little Superheroes

Colors and Patterns Busy Bag for Preschoolers - Raising Little Superheroes

Colors and Patterns Busy Bag for Preschoolers - Raising Little Superheroes

Sweet Charli: My Busy, Busy Bag for Church. Love the felt popsicle matching game! So cute.
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Did your kids give up napping? My three-year-old did, and it’s a major bummer. I rely on having a few hours of kid-free time to work, clean, organize, and exercise. I may or may not also nap. Anywho, the days when I could count on having two sleeping kiddos are over. Will is still a...
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Quiet Time Activities: Simple DIY Crafts - Forks and Folly

Did your kids give up napping? My three-year-old did, and it’s a major bummer. I rely on having a few hours of kid-free time to work, clean, organize, and exercise. I may or may not also nap. Anywho, the days when I could count on having two sleeping kiddos are over. Will is still a...

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diy alphabet lacing cards :: help your child learn to write | Live Craft Eat

my oldest child is in preschool this year and watching him progress has been so much fun! he's always loved numbers and letters. so when he started to pract