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bobbing for apples

Bobbing for apples is a fun way to use fine motor skills and have fun at the same time. 
All that is needed is water, a big bin, apples, and different tools to pick them out. 
We went down a line trying different ways to get the apples until we came to the end of the line. Then we tried no tools juts theirs mouths, though i am pretty sure my son juts liked dipping his head in the water and didn't care about grabbing a apple. :)

This is a great fall game and could be done easily at any party. At the end they both enjoyed a apple as a nice snack.They deserved it for all their hard work.


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