It's easy to get caught up with technology since it is so ubiquitous in almost every home. And when you just need a few minutes to start dinner, take a shower, answer a phone call, or are running to the grocery store, the simplest solution to keep the kiddos occupied is to hand them a smartphone or tablet.
But I remember being surrounded by computers as a child and my first instincts were still to grab a book or play a board game.
In effort to keep our young and curious minds alive with wonder and filter out the technological garbage, here's an easy craft you can concoct with two materials. Customize it to your child's liking and let them have battery-free imaginative play. **Bonus** It stays neat and tidy in it's own box!
Here's what you'll need:
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