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Cute crafts that use cut up circles.

Cute crafts that use cut up circles.

Found this idea in Family Fun Magazine May 2012. It is super easy and super fun!! I used 9 noodles and my son added the soccer goal! I found the noodles at Lowes for $1.98 a piece and used dowel rods cut to 1 foot lengths. The whole thing cost under $25.00!! We had a blast playing!!

Found this idea in Family Fun Magazine May 2012. It is super easy and super fun!! I used 9 noodles and my son added the soccer goal! I found the noodles at Lowes for $1.98 a piece and used dowel rods cut to 1 foot lengths. The whole thing cost under $25.00!! We had a blast playing!!

Make a perfect star with ONE cut!  Might be great to work into a lesson about the star of Christmas!

Make a perfect star with ONE cut! Might be great to work into a lesson about the star of Christmas!

All you need is baking soda, black food coloring (found in baking aisle), and a bit of water.  It feels almost exactly like real dirt!  Slowly add water until the baking soda is slightly moist   You want it to be damp and moldable but not wet.  If you add to much water it will turn to liquid which is actually a good thing for after the play but not before!  Baking soda dissolves in water making it 100% tub time safe.  It won't clog the drains and will actually clean them!

All you need is baking soda, black food coloring (found in baking aisle), and a bit of water. It feels almost exactly like real dirt! Slowly add water until the baking soda is slightly moist You want it to be damp and moldable but not wet. If you add to much water it will turn to liquid which is actually a good thing for after the play but not before! Baking soda dissolves in water making it 100% tub time safe. It won't clog the drains and will actually clean them!

Watch this paper craft blossom! As featured in the March 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine. Subscribe to FamilyFun: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center...

Watch this paper craft blossom! As featured in the March 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine. Subscribe to FamilyFun: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center...

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