Construction Pom Pom Pick Up and Sort Game
Do you have a little boy – or girl – who doesn’t like to participate in any sort of educational activities? If so, try this game! They will have so much fun, they will never suspect they are learning something.…

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Personalized Game Pieces
Next time you are going to be dragging out your board games, surprise everyone by sneaking these personalized game pieces into the box. You can make a game piece for each member of your family or for every child in …

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DIY Stick Fort Kit
Learn how to make this fun fort kit you can bring out the next time the kids are bored. Gather together some dowels, styrofoam balls, and a few other supplies and let the kids go to town. For added fun, …

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Make a Math Hunt Game
Carolyn created this game for her kids. She created two piles of cards. One pile sported numbers and the other pile listed things that can easily be found by the kids. To play, the kids choose a card from each …

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PVC Pipe Physics Fun
Forget about Legos and Lincoln Logs, give your kids several lengths of PVC pipes and a bunch of connectors and just watch what they come up with. Sandi from Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes did this, and threw in some …

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Roll and Color Game
Follow along with this tutorial and make this simple color matching game. I am willing to bet that the most popular part of this game will be the homemade, over-sized die. PLay this color matching game with the kids and …

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DIY Zipper Board for Kids

This is a great way to encourage young kids to work on fine motor skills while learning how to zip and unzip. Kate, from Laughing Kids Learn, made this simple zipper board using a piece of cardboard, some colorful …

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Magnetic Craft Foam Tangrams
Learn how to make tangrams that will keep the kids entertained for quite awhile. This seven piece set can be used to make a large variety of designs. You can even do what Karin from Leigh laurel Studios did and …

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CD Case Labyrinth
This is a great project for older kids who are complaining about being bored! Let them make their own mazes using this tutorial shared by Teri from The Journals of Giddy Giddy. These mazes are made by recycling old …

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Race Car Math
No little boy or little girl will be able to resist this fun game that will help them learn and practice math skills. Sarah, from Frugal Fun for Boys, had her boys choose 20 Hot Wheel cars and she …

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Alphabet Learning with Chalk & Rocks
Sometimes the simplest ideas can be the funnest. Dyan, from And Next Comes L, came up with this idea to give her boys a project to do with sidewalk chalk. They started off by taking a walk to gather …

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DIY Duct Tape Hobby Horse

Discover how you can show your kids create their own hobby horses using the most unlikely of materials. All you need is 3 empty spaghetti boxes, some colorful duct tape, a dowel and these directions shared by Meri. These are …

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Color and Pattern Matching Game for Kids

While it may be obvious that this game would be great helping kids learn about colors and making patterns, it can also be used to practice counting. Beyond that, Amy, from The Connection We Share, discovered it was a …

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Alphabet Tunnel Play
Kristina, from Toddler Approved, made up this fun and educational game for her kids. She used colored cardstock and painters tape to create tunnels that her kids could drive their toy vehicles through. She cut the paper to the …

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Slotted Building Discs
I found the ideas for these slotted building discs at Made by Joel and thought it was a great project to share with all of you. I love the idea of taking these along with you for a quiet activity …

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