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12 Cute Things To Do For Your Kids

by Jenna Gleason on Jan 19th, 2016

Parenting can often be overwhelming and exhausting, but the one thing all parents can agree on -it is worth it all to see the smiles on your children's faces. Here are 12 cute things you can do for your kids to show your love, make life a little more simple and to create cherished keepsakes.

1. Use a measuring stick and make it creative. Add design or facts to go along with every inch. 
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2. Try using up cake paper that catches popsicle drips, on a hot summer day!
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3. So your kid's toothbrush doesn’t get dirty, try using clips!
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4. Make it easier for kids to reach the sink by attaching a empty shampoo bottle to the faucet!
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5. For Barbie's hair, detangle it with laundry detergent!
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6. Prevent slamming doors on little fingers by using a pool noodle!
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7. Make a light up work table for your kids! Let them view art differently with this great hack!

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8. How to make a homemade kid hammock!
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9. Prevent sinking toy cars during bath time with corks and string!
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10. Make magnetic cups that don’t get lost!
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11. An easy tennis ball helper that holds keys, mail, pen's and more!
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12. Create reminders of love for your kids for every week of the year. This will surely lift their spirits and this portable book can fit in their lunch boxes!
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Related Article: Beyond Behavior: Looking at the Heart of a Child

Jenna is a staff writer and production assistant at Creative Child Magazine. She is currently attending University of Nevada - Las Vegas.

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