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Day 3: 30 Days to Hands on Play, Block Building and Playing

Today's play challenge was to use some building blocks and have some fun without interruptions and playing age appropriately for each child.
First with Titus he of course put lots of blocks in his he mouth.  I then had him sitting in the block wagon where he had a few blocks in with him but they ended up out since he was picking up and throwing them out.  He had fun! 


With Selah she built a castle tower and I helped make rooms for each of her princess's.   She spent at least an hour playing with her princess's in her tower.  It was fun I got to be Ariel and Jasmine.  She also could not put the toys away because she wanted daddy to see her creations.  :)

The Ponies came out as the castle guards. 


Jessica said…
I like the idea challenge. I'll look into that. Thanks for sharing.
Allyson Bossie said…
You have a beautiful family! I am following the blog hop and found you listed. I subscribed via GFC as masugr and hope you can stop by and subscribe as well. Also, While you are there, feel free to enter my great giveaway.
Love that block wagon - he looks like he is having a lot of fun!
Thanks for linking up to TGIF Linky Party!
Beth =-)
New GFC follower! Stop on by when you get the chance;
Love the block wagon!

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