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Roundup: Games and Toys to Make

28 March 2010 11,671 views 4 Comments

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Tic-Tac-Toe to Go: $2

Nikki at Salty Pineapple made this to-go version of tic-tac-toe. You can use plastic figurines found at the dollar store (Cowboys vs. Indians? Army men vs. Dinosaurs?) and take this game with you for instant fun on the go. Click here for The Salty Pineapple's Tutorial.

Counting Game: $1

Reader Ann at Two Red Heads and a Boy-le made this cool counting game out of a dollar store shadow box. So cool! Get the details here.

Tic-Tac-Toe: $1

The same shadow box becomes a Tic-Tac-Toe game, by Katrina at Sevin Family.

Rubber Band Gun: $.25-ish

Nikki at Salty Pineapple made these fun rubber band guns for a game at her son's birthday party. Details here.

Airplane Runway: $1 or less

Noelle from Reynolds R Us made this cute little play runway for her son (all with just her glue gun! no sewing!). I think it would be fun to make one out of a dollar store placemat and scrap fabric. Get the info here.

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4 Comments »

  • Kathryn said:

    Cute roundup! I especially like the tic tack toe and airplane runway ideas.

  • Sticky Business: Posts We Liked This Week | An Eclectic Blog said:

    [...] Another roundup from Dollar Store Crafts, fun games and toys you can make! [...]

  • Birthday fun for everyone said:

    [...] Games and Toys to Make from Dollar Store Crafts 5 games and toys you can make for your birthday parties (or just for fun activities for your kids). [...]

  • JDaniel4's Mom said:

    I love the shadow box with numbers. There are so many ways it could be used.

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