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They are soft, fuzzy and just…fun!
Okay, there is that little fact about them getting EVERYWHERE and the dog eating them (yeah, we found them in her pooh), but they are still so awesome!
I have fallen in love with invitations to play. With everything that is going on, having something that is quick and easy for the kids to play with is a lifesaver!
Here is our recent pom pom invitation to play:
Both kids LOVED it. I was surprised that Gracie enjoyed using the tongs to pick up the pom poms and then I was AMAZED as Benjamin tried his hand at it.
If you don’t have pom poms, but you have little kids, then you need to make a purchase…today! Get this bag at Amazon to tide you over for the next year. Or, if you don’t have kids, then you can buy those pom poms for my kiddos. (kidding)
Then, when it was all over, they learned through cleaning! Seriously, don’t settle for cleaning this mess up. Both kids worked together and cleaned it all up before dinner. As a side note, if you always clean up after your kids, then they will not ever learn to do it for themselves. Love them enough to fight that battle and make them clean!
To prove how fun this is and how it keeps them busy, check out a small snippet of our play time:
Do you use invitations to play with your kiddos? What ideas have you used?
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Adding oatmeal makes pom poms even more fun (and messy!)