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fun games! (always adding)

Mystery bag
In a pillow case put some toys, let your kid reach in and grab what ever toy you ask them too without looking. Great sensory game!

Skee ball floor game
make circles with tape and give each circle a amount of points then have fun rolling the balls and trying to get the most points

Question ball
My daughter loves playing ball so i got one of her bounce balls 
wrapped some tape around it so that it was in sections and wrote different simple questions on it.
The game is everyone sits in a circle and passes the ball back and forth as they do they answer one question on the ball.
tic tac toe with tape and toys


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