Busy Bag Swap, Part 1

A few nights ago I participated in a Busy Bag Swap.  Busy Bags are gallon-sized baggies containing a fun (usually educational) activity for a preschooler or younger elementary-aged child.  Each of the ladies in the swap made one activity times 23 for each of us to fill up a box of busy bags for our homes.  Some ladies wanted two sets so they made two separate activities.

We’ve already gone through the fun things to do.  What’s exciting to me is that the various activities appeal to the different ages in my home.  I’ll be sharing pictures of them all in the next few days.

(Many of these have tutorials/printables online.  I’ve included the ones that I know of. :)  ).

Felt Pizza

Details here.

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Chinese Jump Rope

Included in the bag were a bunch of heavy-duty rubber bands and instructions on how to put the jump rope together.  There was one pattern included, and links to some YouTube videos with many more ideas of how to play.  Yay–P.E.time!

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A Tangled Web We Weave

Instructions are found here.
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Felt Laundry:

Instructions found here.
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