Mary Smith
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Superhero Birthday Party Spiderweb Game: Create a web with point values on the floor with tape and have children toss a bean bag. I got the idea from another pinner who said to use electrical tape, but I opted for painter's tape instead because it will not leave a residue on carpet or tile when it is pulled up (see my Kid Fun board for original pin).

Superhero Birthday Party Spiderweb Game: Create a web with point values on the floor with tape and have children toss a bean bag. I got the idea from another pinner who said to use electrical tape, but I opted for painter's tape instead because it will not leave a residue on carpet or tile when it is pulled up (see my Kid Fun board for original pin).

Party Game. An old navigation map glued to foam board with letter cutouts. Add construction paper to make the airplanes and the game is complete. Using glue, a picture frame and a map I already had, the entire project cost only $3.00! Definitely within the party planning budget. I purchased the construction paper, letters, and foam board at the .99 cent store. Super easy and inexpensive.

Party Game. An old navigation map glued to foam board with letter cutouts. Add construction paper to make the airplanes and the game is complete. Using glue, a picture frame and a map I already had, the entire project cost only $3.00! Definitely within the party planning budget. I purchased the construction paper, letters, and foam board at the .99 cent store. Super easy and inexpensive.

100 sensory play activities for babies, toddlers, preschool and school :: lots of sensory play recipes and messy play ideas

100 sensory play activities for babies, toddlers, preschool and school :: lots of sensory play recipes and messy play ideas

A Thrifty Mum: 10 Cardboard roll crafts including a rocket that flies and many more (loo rolls, cardboard tube or toilet rolls)

A Thrifty Mum: 10 Cardboard roll crafts including a rocket that flies and many more (loo rolls, cardboard tube or toilet rolls)