Happy First Day of Summer! If you haven't joined in already, the official first day of the summer is the perfect excuse (if you need one!) to head outside and engage your kids in active, creative play with water. For Day Two of Creative QT Water Week, we're sharing a favorite activity from the blog Frugal Fun 4 Boys & Girls. Keep reading to see how she made an outdoor LEGO® Water Wheel for her boys.
Head to her blog post to see the full tutorial and directions. Our variety back baseplates would work perfectly for this activity or if you wanted to make something more permanent the peel-and-stick baseplate collection upholds water great as well!
Watch this video to see the water wheel in action!
If you take on one of the Creative QT Challenges make sure to tag @creativeqt in your pictures!
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Creative QT designs quality + innovative toys that declutter homes and inspire creative play. Founded by parents of five, Adam and Dana Sue Hinkle, Creative QT’s vision is to empower parents and encourage a culture of families thatMake Time Together. All products are designed to enrich families’ lives through active, creative play and play based learning. Creative QT products are laboratory tested for compliance with CPSC requirements and are free of lead, cadmium and phthalates so you can play with confidence. So, go ahead … today is the day: be your kid’s hero.
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We are always on the lookout for ways to keep younger members of the family happily entertained when out and about. It's amazing how having a simple set of toys on hand can make all the difference during family outings! On the blog today we are sharing this simple DIYPeel 'n Stick hack which is sure to keep youngsters playing and having fun.
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