Update to Clothespin Games

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I have worked out an even easier way (in my opinion) to make the game boards.  I have it down to a science, and it doesn’t take me very long with this new technique.  I hot glue strips of the coroplast material onto a scrapbook sheet protector.  It is much easier, and it is quite sturdy.

new clothespin board I have added these to the shop in case someone wants to use the clothespin games, but did not want to go through the hassle of making the frame themselves.  The boards are no longer available in the shop, but you can still buy the game downloads and make your own.

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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.

Comments

  1. Great thinking! I like the way this looks better visually too so that the children can see where to clip the clothes pin. I saw on Pinterest the other day someone used a flat, rectangle dish drying, wire mat to use vertical clothes pins – I thought I pinned it but now I can not find it. If I do I will send it your way.

  2. Jesamine says:

    I also make my child play this clothespin game because they really learn a lot from this game.

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