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How to Make Graham Cracker Dominoes

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

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Why not make these fun Graham cracker dominoes? You will need a box of Graham crackers, some peanut butter, and a bag of chocolate chips.

Begin by opening the package of Graham crackers and placing one on the table. Open the peanut butter and hand your kid a table knife to spread the peanut butter over the cracker. Then open a package of chocolate chips and pour them into a bowl. Your kids can decide how many chocolate chips to place in each square of the cracker.

This activity is great for toddlers and preschoolers because you can teach them about numbers and counting. You can play a game of dominoes as they munch on their math snack. Plus, it tastes really great!

If you don’t mind making a mess, you can have your kids play a HUGE game of dominoes, using a whole package Graham cracker dominoes! Match the numbers together, and take turns until all the Graham crackers have been used up.

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Summer Preschool Activities (Top Ten)

Monday, July 9th, 2012

Here are the top ten summer preschool activities:

  1. Play in a kiddie pool in the backyard. Okay, this one goes a bit overboard…summer-preschool-activities
  2. Visit a Children’s Museum.
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  3. Turn a wheelbarrow upside down and spin the wheel.summer-preschool-activities-3
  4. Paint on an easel.
  5. Ride a real train.
  6. Play with clear tubes and connectors.
  7. Go to a swimming pool and play in the shallow area with inflated beach balls.
  8. Find insects and watch what they do.
  9. Paint from a water bucket.
  10. Blow gigantic bubbles.Linked to iHomeschool Network Top Ten TuesdayFamily Connections Summer Blog Hop

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