My little girl loves to play with magnets while standing next to the fridge, so I decided to make her a bunch with a travel magnet board so she can play with them on the go! This toy has come in handy multiple times - in the car, at church, at graduations, etc. It is easy to stow and keeps her entertained for a long time!
I also can use the travel magnetic board as a dry erase board for when my little girl gets a little bit older.
Step 1: Magnet supplies
First I bought some wooden animals at Hobby Lobby for the magnets. These pre-painted animals couldn't be cuter! They even have fuzzy noses (and in the tiger's case stripes) which makes them extra fun for my 1 year old to play with. Each one was only 66 cents.
There were a ton to choose from...I didn't even buy 1/2 of the selection.