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    Making a scarf box is so easy. It also makes use of simple materials you surely have around the house. The best toys are the ones you make yourself.

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    Slime is so amazing: one minute it melts into your hands and the next it is rock-solid. Your child will hardly be able to contain themselves at the excitement of getting their little hands dirty with this gooey substance.

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    Children love to make noise! Musical instruments are a great way for children to experiment with different sounds. So why not make your musical instruments at home? Here are a few great homemade instrument ideas you can make with your child today.

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    What can be better for children than nature play? It allows them to satisfy their curiosity, explore the open and get some fresh air. Nature can also calm and refresh your little adventurer and stimulate their creativity. The simple act of being in nature is an amazing sensory stimulation in itself. No matter the season, you can encourage your child to play outside and have fun! Here are some great nature play ideas you can try today with your baby or toddler…

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