Sometimes you need your own time, and your child wants to be involved in an activity but doesn't know how to do it. So here are two games that would help you!
Take a small box 11 x 18 — the best size for small hands. Disassemle and cut off all sides up to 3 cm in height. Glue all (that was my part with Moment glue at hand).
Decorate the bottom with bright yellow cardboard. Then take cocktail tubes to trace a maze. And the son was enthusiastically inventing the rules, the name, drawing little men on little scraps of cardboard at this time.
And I quickly gathered the lid — so the game became transportable.
Someone says, you can find and buy it. I agree. But a game made with your own hands keeps children to play it longer — already checked.
That's a hit, my boy can play for hours.
You need a circle (or square) of felt. Stitch it on the machine.
Next, take 10 buttons and cloth of two colours, wrap them adding some batting, cover the hole at the back with a felt circle.
As this game was part of a book, I made a pocket for chips at the back side.
That's all! :)
How do you entertain your children? Share in comments!
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