KIDS TOYS FOR THE REST OF US I
By Donkey Loco
Here is the first in a series of five eBooks on Kids Toys, you know Christmas is coming, and don’t forget the little ones birthday. In this eBook you will find many great tips and tricks on how to build your own toys, how to buy them and what to do and not do. Please feel free to print this eBook out for handy reference, and most of all don’t forget the Kid in all of us. Be sure to check out the special section on Barbie the classic Kid toy, well for the girls that is. If you have a special collection of Barbie dolls and are looking to make some extra cash, look into selling them on eBay or Amazon.com, shoot me an email if you need any help there, I have been selling online since 2002. Thanks again for your support. for assistance.
Let a cardboard playhouse be your child’s first home. Whether you are buying a playhouse or making one out of boxes, your child will love you for it. Let your child’s creativity out and have them design their own special place. In will go the sleeping bags, little chairs and teddy bears as everything begins to create a life of its own. Your little person will be making up rules and acting like a grown up in their very own home. You better not come in though, not unless you knock first.
Money doesn’t have to be an issue either, try building a playhouse out of cardboard. It
doesn’t have to be anything fancy. You can make it simple. Use those boxes you just have or the empty one from that computer you have stored away and let your child’s imagination soar. Is your house too small? Add an extra box and tape them together, creating a bigger house. Cut out a door and a few windows and toss your child the markers or crayons. Don’t worry if your windows aren’t straight, your child won’t notice. Create a slot in the cardboard big enough for your junk mail and slide it through, your child is sure to get a kick out of that.
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