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help for sumer fun!

I am babysitting my 7neice n 4.5 nephew this week again and i am out of new fun ideas. i have to take them home on the 4th. I have a lil kiddy pool n we went to the local zoo last week. the movies are kinda high what else is there thats fun for there ages. Also I am pregnant and can't lift n so on.

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Asked by jennymartin at 8:28 PM on Jun. 30, 2008 in Just for Fun

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  • Try a scavenger hunt around the house, hide things that you already have and when they find them with you everyone gets a popsicle or candy treat. So much fun for almost nothing investment wise.

    Answer by wondermommy5 at 8:32 PM on Jun. 30, 2008

  • aww thank you thats an awsome idea think ill try it n let you know how do i tell them like let her read n him you have a dollar tree up where ever you are?? they have neckless/braclets that are glo stick they are cheep like 6 or 10 for 1.00 i can hide the ones i got n let them find them how do you think that would work n let them break one each night? or what other things would you hide??

    Answer by jennymartin at 8:36 PM on Jun. 30, 2008

  • We make peanut butter play doh. They can eat it and make things out of it. We use dried fruit as eyes and windows and such. They love to paint our slider door...this also works on windows. You just buy water based paint, mix in some dish soap and let 'em paint the door! if you let them do it out side all you need to do is spray it off w/ a hose and wash cloth. They think it is the greatest thing in the world to do! Go to Michael's or a dollar store they have tons of crafts. Foam letters and hats they can decorate little kits of popsicle houses. There are also coupons in the Sunday press for 40% off one item at Michael's.
    Slip and slides are great fun to. They are about $5 at Walmart.
    Do a lemonade stand and let them use the $ towards something that they want to do it will keep them occupied for a while and teach them about $....see if you have a Children's museum locally. They are normally relatively cheap to get into and a ton of fun.

    Answer by PennyMom at 9:02 PM on Jun. 30, 2008


    Answer by jennymartin at 9:23 PM on Jun. 30, 2008

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