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make your own traffic light! to go with your cardboard car and cardboard gas sta. - Gift Ideas - make your own traffic light! to go with your cardboard car and cardboard gas station with a pump th - Used Cardboard Boxes, Cardboard Car, Cardboard Crafts, Cardboard Box Ideas For Kids, Cardboard Playhouse, Cardboard Furniture, Playhouse Furniture, Paper Crafts, Dramatic Play Area

Automobiles from Busytown!

Some months ago, the Australian company Makedo sent me a free kit to play with. They wrote and mentioned the words "cardboard" and "play"...

Teach Your Child to Read - Who didn't love a big box as a kid? Love this idea sunnydaypublishin. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Centers, Reading Nook, Reading Corner Kids, Reading Tree, Elementary Library, Book Corners, Library Displays, Future Classroom, Ks1 Classroom

Reading Cave Crave

Last week I got a new office chair (my back thanks you!) The next day, our office manager offered us the box it came in. I found the good boxcutter. Intrepid Brooke found the brown butcher paper, scissors and a mile of tape and 45 minutes later... I hope you note the nifty skylights, the comfy bean bag and the exclusive nature of our box...ahem Reading Cave. No sooner was it done, then kids hopped inside one by one for a relaxing read. Even better, that very afternoon, as part of our DIY…

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18 Amazing Things Parents Made for Their Kids With a Cardboard Box

These projects are proof that it doesn't take much to make kids super-excited.

Teach Your Child to Read - Who didn't love a big box as a kid? Love this idea sunnydaypublishin. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Centers, Reading Nook, Reading Corner Kids, Reading Tree, Elementary Library, Book Corners, Library Displays, Future Classroom, Ks1 Classroom

Reading Cave Crave

Last week I got a new office chair (my back thanks you!) The next day, our office manager offered us the box it came in. I found the good boxcutter. Intrepid Brooke found the brown butcher paper, scissors and a mile of tape and 45 minutes later... I hope you note the nifty skylights, the comfy bean bag and the exclusive nature of our box...ahem Reading Cave. No sooner was it done, then kids hopped inside one by one for a relaxing read. Even better, that very afternoon, as part of our DIY…