Super easy. Virtually free. Encourages visual stimulation, fine motor skills, and critical thinking.
Did I mention virtually free?
Take clothespins from the Dollar Store, paint chips, and a glue stick…and you have a craft that keeps children entertained for quite a while.
Have your older child help with cutting and gluing…and you’ll be surprised how much fun your children have together, no matter the age, matching the colored clothespins to the colored paint chip.
You’ll need to get 2 paint chips each…one to cut and one to keep.
Cut a strip the width of the clothespin.
Glue to the top of pin.
And that’s it.
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