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Slime, cardboard and more indoor fun for kids

Slime, cardboard and more indoor fun for kids

1. Fun with cardboard boxes Last year, my son and I went to "Unboxed," a pop-up shop sponsored by the ChicagoChildren's Museum, whose sole focus was to encourage creative play with cardboard. Dig up that old shoe box currently housing bits and bobs, pull out some markers and scissors and get to work.  And if you want a little inspiration, check out CCM's list: "30 Ways to Use a Cardboard Box." 2. Concoct slimy creations It's well-known that kids like gross things. And you can make icky, slimy, ooey gooey stuff at home. In fact, I believe Pinterest exists for the sole purpose of supplying us with every disgusting kid recipe under the sun. ...

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