1. Preschool Indoor Active Play - Across the Room

    When the weather is bad and the children are restless, a mom's got to think of some way to burn off steam or the boys are gonna get wild! This…

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  2. Duct Tape No-Sew Beanbags

    Although we've tried sewing before, we were happy to get this idea for duct tape bean bags from a college friend of mine! All you need to make them is…

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  3. Writing Letters in Sugar

    Here's an easy idea for practicing writing the alphabet - writing in sugar! Sometimes it helps to get more of the senses involved when working on writing. We got this…

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  4. Pinecone Bird Feeder

    We are studying birds in our science curriculum (which we absolutely love!), and when we came to an experiment in which we compare two different bird seeds, we decided to…

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  5. Watercolor Collage Art Project

    Here is an idea for making collage artwork that is similar to the pictures created by Eric Carle. We love Eric Carle books at our house! Here is a link…

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  6. Preschool Chart and Ideas

    Gresham turned 4 in October, and we have been doing preschool (homeschooling) since the fall. We were pretty laid back all fall, getting to his work some days and not…

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  7. Tape Roadways for Hot Wheels Cars

    This afternoon, I needed to have a few minutes of peace while I ironed some clothes and got ready for a school fundraiser tonight. I remembered this fun activity on…

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  8. Fun Things to do with Acorns!

    I have been wanting some acorns to decorate with (being as how fall has just arrived in Texas...), and so my boys and I went to the park last week…

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  9. EASY Preschool Craft: Binoculars

    This quick and easy craft involves a few items that we have been using very often here on Frugal Fun for Boys - two toilet paper rolls, a stapler, hole…

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  10. Cereal Box Parking Garage

    We made a fun parking garage for hot wheels cars today! This idea came from the October 2010 issue of Family Fun magazine. For this project, you need two cereal…

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