Day 5: Marble Racetrack with Serving Pink Lemonade

Thursday, May 05, 2011 Aimee Larsen 37 Comments


 


37 comments:

  1. Mandy@SugarBeeCraftsThursday, May 05, 2011

    what a great idea!

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  2. fantastic idea - thanks for sharing!

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  3. wonderful! I'd love for this post to be linked up to It's Playtime this week! What a fun playful idea!!

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  4. This is an AWESOME idea. Totally doing it!

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  5. Almost UnschoolersThursday, May 05, 2011

    That's terrific!

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  6. This falls in the category: "I wish I'd thought of that!"
    What a great idea! And so simple!

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  7. I've got to find a pool noodle ASAP! My boys are at this moment rolling marbles down the steps. This is perfect for us!

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  8. I love this idea, we will be getting a pool noodle asap! Trying to stock pile ideas for the summer ahead and this one is great!

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  9. I have two boys who love to race things. This will be perfect for them!

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  10. Great activity do to with my grandkids when I babysit them!!

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  11. What a great idea!  I can't wait until my grandkids (6 & 4) come over again so they can play with this.  I hope you can find pool noodles at this time of year.

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  12. Just happened to pick up some of these pool noodles at a yard sale the other day and now I know what to do with them.  I am sure the boys will love them. Thanks!!

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  13. Had pinned this on Pinterest a few months ago and picked up a noodle today.  My son is loving racing his marbles right now.  Thanks so much.

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  14. ThestuffofsuccessMonday, April 09, 2012

    This is an awesome project.  I will have to do this - I have two special needs children who would seriously play with this for hours!  I am stopping in from TheStuffofSuccess and I am your newest follower.  Feel free to stop by and say hello - have a terrific week. Athena

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  15. This looks like a lot of fun!

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  16. I was searching for an object lesson for our preschoolers for VBS on I Corinthians 9:24...this will work wonderfully!  Thanks!

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  17. Try cutting with an electric knife.  Generally works very well on foam/

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  18. Excellent I love it!!

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  19. I made this with my 3yr old son yesterday - amazing fun. Thanks for the idea !

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  20. Love it, A new way to use old noodles., I also  stand up sidewalk chalk in a row and using a whole noodle drop a marble in the toop and it will roll through and knock down the chalk Have fun :) snowmoe

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  21. This is such a great idea!! I featured you in a post about pool noodles: All Things with Purpose: Use Your Noodle

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  22. Rhonda/ParentingSquad.comSaturday, September 15, 2012

    Just did this activity today with my two older boys. It's not perfect, and we have a few structural issues to work out, but they like it. Thanks for the idea!

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  23. i tried your idea and now it's my school project

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  24. I love your Noodle Race Track :-}}} and my Kids love it to . Thanx a lot it is fun

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  25. Great idea! This will be a fun activity to do inside on these cold winter days! I would love for you to share this idea on my linky party, my readers will love this idea!
    http://www.fivelittlechefs.com/2013/01/fantastic-thursday-27.html

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  26. Kids are having great time with innovative marble track.

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  27. BuenĂ­sima idea para mis nietos

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  28. Only good as long as they are closely monitored as children this small should NOT be playing with marbles...

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  29. A great indoor idea idea for kiddos old enough to play with marbles.
    Adding this to our Kawartha Lakes Mums Rainy days ideas on Pinterest

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  30. I love this so I included it on my list of favorite indoor activities for kids of different ages!

    Thank you for the inspiration!

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  31. Thank you, this is a great activity. Love that it's simple, low cost, and reusable.

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  32. Great idea! We will use this at camp this summer with the grandchildren!

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  33. Do you have a pic?

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