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Gardening 25 Kids Activities via Lessons Learnt Journal

Gardening 25 Kids Activities via Lessons Learnt Journal

I've done this with my old 3 year old class. They loved it and it keeps them busy!

I've done this with my old 3 year old class. They loved it and it keeps them busy!

Bright, colorful, fun, and easy to make! A must have for young children and primary classrooms.

Bright, colorful, fun, and easy to make! A must have for young children and primary classrooms.

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fun-for-kids-rainy-day-crafts-activities-best-ideas-17

Best Active Indoor Activities For Kids | Fun Gross Motor Games and Creative Ideas For Winter (snow days!), Spring (rainy days!) or for when Cabin Fever strikes | Awesome Boredom Busters and Brain Breaks for high energy Toddlers, Preschool and beyond - see the full list at http://whatmomslove.com

Best Active Indoor Activities For Kids | Fun Gross Motor Games and Creative Ideas For Winter (snow days!), Spring (rainy days!) or for when Cabin Fever strikes | Awesome Boredom Busters and Brain Breaks for high energy Toddlers, Preschool and beyond - see the full list at http://whatmomslove.com

Obstacle maze plus all the best indoor activities for kids. Fun ways to be active on rainy days or snow days!

Obstacle maze plus all the best indoor activities for kids. Fun ways to be active on rainy days or snow days!

Turn your child into a laughing, dancing giant Easter egg - scissors, paper, glue, a sheet of cardboard, some crayons and a child is all you need!

Turn your child into a laughing, dancing giant Easter egg - scissors, paper, glue, a sheet of cardboard, some crayons and a child is all you need!

Um jeito diferente de pintar.

Um jeito diferente de pintar.

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Tape or tack paint-filled balloons to a canvas and pop them using darts. Let the paint splatter wherever it goes and see how it turns out

Tape or tack paint-filled balloons to a canvas and pop them using darts. Let the paint splatter wherever it goes and see how it turns out