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charlie brown snow day play

Every holiday season Charlie brown is big in this house. All of his specials come on the television  and it is something I love sharing with my kids. Each kid has their favorite person and it helps us bring in each holiday season. So when our local fast food place announced they will be having charlie brown toys we had to get our hands on some. After looking we ended up with 4 different ones. To add to play time we filled a bin with some flour and added the toys to make a snowy day. As you can see from the top of the picture my kids couldn't wait to play. In the end it was a good messy play time and the toys can always be played with alone too. 
note~ we used flour but really you can use anything, it is just about showing kids toys can be played with many different ways. 


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