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Kid Craft Contest!


Craft contest, open to everyone!~
Includes finger paint, paint brushes, paint sponges, chalk, scented paint, and more!
To enter comment on this post with you'r favorite activity to do with you'r kids/grand kids/kids you babysit, etc.
Winner will be picked random on 
May 3rd

Don't forget to keep following this blog for more fun ideas and more free prizes! 

Thank you all!~

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  1. play dough! Keeps the kids busy for hours!

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  2. Paint and puddles (not usually at the same time lol!)

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  3. We like to read books and listen to music and dance together!

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    1. Random.org picked ur name!
      Could you please email me @ funthingstodowithurkidz@gmail.com with ur name and address to send it out

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    2. if winner doesn't email by the 8th, another will be picked

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  4. We do sensory crafts to learn how to adapt to the world with our differences

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  5. My favorite thing to do with my kids, besides going to the beach of course, is making hand/foot print crafts with them! They make the best keepsakes or grandparent gifts! :) I have to say though, thats not my kids favorite. They prefer anything that is really messy and gets everywhere easily such as paint, glitter glue, the occasional permanent marker! Lol! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. We love to create inventions and color. My 6 yr old has an awesome imagination! !

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  7. I have one granddaughter who LOVES to finger paint. We do it often! Her little sister, however, doesn't like messy hands, so while I encourage it, it doesn't last long and we're off to sing, dance, read books and play piano.

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  8. I love to give tons of hugs and kisses to my grandson as well as paint and make cool creations with salt dough 😀

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  9. We love finger paints & sidewalk chalk! Keeps my little artists busy for hours.

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  10. We've made play doh and it's so much fun and lasts way longer than regular.

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  11. Hand Print Crafts with youngest, Scrapbooking with Oldest

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