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    Tissue Puff Gluing Activity

    Running out of ideas of what your child can glue onto a piece of paper? This activity uses colourful puffs of tissue paper that can be prepped by the adult for small children, or older toddlers can help out with the puff-making. What You’ll Need one sheet of each colour tissue paper you’d like construction paper glue pots and sticks Take a sheet of tissue paper and rip it into squares, approximately 3×3″. This isn’t rocket science, so don’t be precise. Rip rip rip until you use the whole sheet. Crumple up the tissue into a ball and squeeze tight. Repeat for each sheet until you have enough for your…

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    Easy Bumblebee Gluing Activity for Toddler Children

    This week on Toddler Town, it’s all about buzzing bees! My toddlers are addicted to singing the song, “I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee,” so I created this project cute little paper and glue project to go with the song. Since there are only a few pieces, this project is not frustrating for young toddlers who are still learning how to hold their glue pots and sticks. Download the bee template by clicking on the thumbnail image, and let’s get started! What You Need: Bee Template Printer Printer paper (preferably yellow but white is fine) Black construction paper Scissors Glue To adapt this project for older children, cut out more…