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Here Are The 12 Most Fun Activities You Can Do With Children

Here Are The 12 Most Fun Activities You Can Do With Children
When Asia Citro realized her children didn't exactly "believe in sleeping," she set out on a mission to keep them entertained in a healthy way. That mission was to create a fun, educational environment for her children at home, and to do it in a way that was fun for her, too. After posting a few of their activities on Facebook and receiving tons of positive feedback, Citro decided to create her own blog. "I really didn't think it would go anywhere because there are so many blogs," Citro told A+. "I was really lucky a couple of my first posts went viral on Pintrest." They went viral for a good reason: Citro's activities are like nothing we've ever seen before. "A lot of them take me months to figure out, which I know sounds dorky but it's totally true," she said. Below, we've compiled 12 of the coolest sensory play activities Citro has put online, with links to their respective posts on her site.

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Cool Paper Crafts for Kids The Setup: Iron a few coffee filters to make them flat. (An adult's job—iron up to four at a time on the highest setting, no steam.) Set them out on a covered surface with lots of paper towels and a few bowls of liquid watercolor paint. (We used Sargent Art Watercolor Magic, $11; amazon.com.) You can also make it from cake watercolors: Remove each one and place in a bowl, then add a few drops of water at a time, mixing as you go, until the paint becomes a thin liquid. Fold the Coffee Filters: Show your child these techniques to start— then encourage her to experiment on her own!

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