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I'm going to show you how to build a very simple toy for children which can be played on any magnetic surface (fridge, magnteic whiteboard...)

The idea came after I recieved a few cardboard packages from an internet deal.
After getting my stuff, I had all this big cardboards lying around and decided to cut a star for my daughter. She was very happy with it so I made another and she asked me for a moon.
I put all these together and suspended it in her room before night (a good way to explain her that the moon will catch her nightmares and it works !!)
As she loves my simple stars and moon, I made her a simple butterfly and once again she loves it. But this time she asked me :
"Where is it's house daddy ?"
"... and where is the caterpillar ?"

So I thinked about the caterpillar...

Here is how I made it

Step 1: Preparing

You need :
  • Cardboard
  • Magnetic sheets (I used a list of phone number, the kind you've got in your mailbox sometimes)
Tools :
  • Pen
  • Sharp knife
  • Paint
  • Glue
  • glass or something circular, why not a compass... what ? This is made for this purpose ? drawing circles ??

Your child(ren) may be usefull too, as he/she(they) should be very happy to do it with you.

Cost :
Nearly nothing as many of the items can be found in the house.
that is so cute!
thanks
This is so cute! I know that my children would really love to play with this! They have always been very interested in those <a href="http://grandmasmagictoybox.com/Magnetic-Fun_c_10.html" rel="nofollow">magnetic toys for children</a>! Can you tell me where I can find more simple ideas just like this one? Thanks!
This is so cute! I know that my children would really love to play with this! They have always been very interested in those <a href="http://grandmasmagictoybox.com/Magnetic-Fun_c_10.html" rel="nofollow">magnetic toys for children</a>! Can you tell me where I can find more simple ideas just like this one? Thanks!

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