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Infant Pirate Ship Stroller Costume - 4

Initially I told myself my baby was only 4 months old, so I wasn't going to dress him up in some over the top hot costume, especially because we live i

Pirate ship wagon.  I made this pirate ship out of cardboard using duct tape, a mixture of spray paint & acrylic paint.  The flag pendant was made out of scrap quilting fabric.   The crows nest was made out of an old wicker basket & mop handle.

I made this pirate ship out of cardboard using duct tape, a mixture of spray paint & acrylic paint. The flag pendant was made out of scrap quilting fabric. The crows nest was made out of an old wicker basket & mop handle.

Cotton swab letter painting-learn to "write" letters and numbers by painting.

Teaching children to write letters and numbers does not always require a pencil or other writing tool. We use paint and paint brushes for a fun alternative to learning to write! Even my second child who is a bit more resistant to try out learning activiti

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun!

Baby sensory play for a 6 to 9 month old baby. Wrap cling wrap around a canvas and have the baby smoosh away with their hands and feet. So much fun, but I'd do it without the Cling wrap! Edible paint and babies are washable!

Great fine motor activity and it's next to no cost too

Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can! This activity not only develop cognitive skills, but and fine motor

Children's Activity...Peg Colour Matching Game: perfect for fine motor skills, colour recognition & concentration development.

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I love this activity, easy & affordable for parents and so much fun and educational for toddlers.

Toddler threading activity with giant cardboard beads. Could be a little project to have them paint the tubes, let them dry, and cut the tubes into smaller lengths (with some help). Add stickers for decoration and even more fine motor practice!