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Bird Feeders, quick and easy, great for fine motor.

Bird Feeders, quick and easy, great for fine motor.

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Use our handy guide to help you identify and control weeds in your garden: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/pests/insects-diseases-weeds/types-of-weeds/

Follow these steps to make a pipe cleaner bird feeder craft that builds your child’s fine motor skills and makes a yummy snack for feathered friends.

Follow these steps to make a pipe cleaner bird feeder craft that builds your child’s fine motor skills and makes a yummy snack for feathered friends.

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Papír torta csipke bárány Kifli és levendula blog

Cheerio Worms - Simple Fine-Motor Skills Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers - Mamas Like Me

Cheerio Worms - Simple Fine-Motor Skills Activity for Toddlers and Preschoolers - Mamas Like Me

Toilet Paper Bird Feeder - Just cover in peanut butter and roll in bird seed. Slide onto a branch.

Toilet Paper Bird Feeder - Just cover in peanut butter and roll in bird seed. Slide onto a branch.

Cheerio Bird Feeder. So simple and cute   :). These are made with pipe cleaners, so you can bend them into any shape you   like!

Cheerio Bird Feeder. So simple and cute :). These are made with pipe cleaners, so you can bend them into any shape you like!

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Welcome your feathered friends back from the south with these adorable DIY bird feeders, made with pantry staples including peanut butter and Cheerios. Ready in just three simple steps!

How to Make a Cheerios Bird Feeder

Welcome your feathered friends back from the south with these adorable DIY bird feeders, made with pantry staples including peanut butter and Cheerios. Ready in just three simple steps!

All you need is an empty plastic bottle, cotton balls and some tweezers or tongs.  I decorated 1 bottle per group - just because the bottles I had were large, you could use smaller bottles if each student makes their own.  Building the snowman is easy kids just take turns to grab a cotton ball with their tweezers and pop it in the top of the bottle.  Read more at: http://lovelaughterandlearninginprep.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Winter

All you need is an empty plastic bottle, cotton balls and some tweezers or tongs. I decorated 1 bottle per group - just because the bottles I had were large, you could use smaller bottles if each student makes their own. Building the snowman is easy kids just take turns to grab a cotton ball with their tweezers and pop it in the top of the bottle. Read more at: http://lovelaughterandlearninginprep.blogspot.com.au/search/label/Winter

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