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Paper Kite

Learn how to make and design your own paper kites with your littles in a few simple steps. Then take your kites out where the air is clear and send them soaring!

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Posted in Arts & Crafts, Autumn, Creative Learning, Games & Activities, Spring

Snowman in a Bottle

  In search of a winter playtime idea? Create this easy and adorable snowman activity with an empty water bottle and cotton balls. Turn it into a game perfect for sensory play, hand-eye coordination, and counting fun!

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Posted in Arts & Crafts, Creative Learning, Games & Activities, Winter

Fruit Count Board Game

  Using an old pizza box, empty toilet paper rolls, felt, and a little imagination you can create a great new game for practicing counting and colors! Inspired by the classic game, Hi-Ho Cherry-O, make counting fun by seeing who

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Create A Basic Game Spinner

  Whether you need to make a new spinner to replace a missing game board piece or are looking for a fast new activity to get your child’s energy out on a rainy day, here’s a two-in-one idea for you!

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Posted in Autumn, Creative Learning, Games & Activities

The Game of Popscotch

Remember playing hopscotch as a kid? A simple game that can be played alone or with friends in which the players tosses an object onto a numbered space, and hops or jumps to retrieve that object before returning back to

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Posted in Creative Learning, Games & Activities, Spring