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Monday, January 12, 2015

Activities For Kids with Homemade Toys

Activities For Kids with Homemade Toys: Easy Projects Using only Household Items was a free book for the kindle when this post was written. Great book for this time with a lot of kids cooped up inside. Get rid of cabin fever.

 Save a lot of money on buying toys by making them yourself with your kids. For the price of 1 cup of coffee you can have 25 tutorials and ideas of homemade toys and even more activity ideas.

All the toys in the book are made from the items you already have at home: plastic bottles and caps, plastic yogurt containers and lids, chopsticks, cardboard, show boxes, pool noodles, ice cream containers, skewers, old socks, broken umbrella, rocks, marbles, coat hanger, styrofoam packaging, broken toy pieces, cloth pins.

Book is full of beautiful pictures and free 4 template printables.

Create valuable and super fun memories with your children while making the toys.


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