D-I-Y Cardboard Fun Projects
Toddler Fun with Cardboard Boxes: 9 Awesome Projects
By Meryl Weimer of babble
Okay toddler parents, how many times has this happened to you: you spend mucho dinero on the latest must-have toy and a ton of time getting the dang thing out of the twisty-tie straight jacket it’s wearing, only to have your toddler entertain herself for five hours with the packaging?
Toddlers’ affection for cardboard boxes is a universal truth. Seriously, it’s up there with their fondness for mac and cheese and their hatred for pants.
And sure, you could just put a box in front of your kid and call it a day, but if you’re feeling extra fancy you could take the lead from the awesome people behind the projects I’m sharing with you today.
I think your toddler will be super impressed. I mean, I would be and I’m
Every toddler needs a spot to call her own, and who says it can't be made from cardboard?
This cardboard kitchen would make a really fun rainy day for your toddler. There's a good chance that you already have the materials to make this!
Does your little one love playing with cars? I know mine does, and she would love this cardboard parking garage.
Your toddler's rockstar dreams will come true with this cardboard guitar.
My 3-year-old and her 5-year-old brother love playing "pets" and creating little homes for them. I know they'd get a kick out of this little cardboard house.
Shadow Puppet Theater
Isn't this a fun, creative use of cardboard? Your children will love entertaining each other with this wonderful project.
And Family Puppets!
The possibilities are endless with this set of family puppets. Your kiddos can first help decorate and then act out stories using familiar faces. Love this.
His face says it all! Hours of fun await your little guy or gal in this homemade plane.
We love this cardboard train! I'm sure it would be the hit of any party for the preschool set.
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