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Play dough portraits with mats from Picklebums - from Rachel (",)

Me! Me! Me

August theme: All About Me A laminated face mat, some play dough, googly eyes, buttons and pipe cleaners is all that's needed for this student-led activity.

DIY hammock posts. Dig 2 holes 3 ft deep and 14 feet apart* (we rented an auger with a 10 in. bit) Purchase 2 8x6 pressure treated wood posts. We cut a foot off one end and beveled the edges for a cleaner look. Put the post in the holes and pour quick drying concrete around the posts. (three 50lbs bags mixed with water is good for each post) Let dry completely (2 days) Drill holes six inches from the top of the posts for 8.5 inch eye bolts. Attach hammocks. RELAX! *depends on hammock length.

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I don't have trees for a hammock and didn't want a metal frame so just an easy DIY project. 2, 4x4 posts. 8 ft tall each. 3' into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it! A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between 4-5 feet off the ground so mine is around 4 1/2.

easy DIY project for our Hammock posts. 8 ft tall each. into the ground with cement. Then just 2 screw hooks and that's it! A hammock with spreader bars should be hung between feet off the ground so mine is around 4


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