Tensed with the mess around? The extra board games you have been purchasing for ages just to follow the trends or sometimes for genuine entertainment, where are they now? Somewhere in some corner of some shelf or locked in the storeroom? Bring them out and let’s get into some creativity.
What’s the use of keeping all those boards locked up in the dark rooms covered with dust when we can actually have fun with it!! Here are a few ideas for recreating your old board games into something new that too by your own toddler. Let’s keep them busy plus entertained with the creation of something new and bidding adieu to something old.
From making shelves to creating serving trays or decorating your walls with the old board games, here’s a lot more to this. You can also turn your Jenga set into a keychain or a set of old dices into a set of new key chains. This article deals with a lot of creativity and fun. Something you have been reading – best out of waste to something worth trying. Let’s hope this article feels interesting to you and let’s hope of creating beauty from old damaged stuff.
Age Preferred –
3 – 5 years of age, that is, the age of a kindergarten toddler (under adult supervision so that they do not harm themselves with the small objects of the game)
Materials Required –
- Glue or any sort of adhesive
- Rings to make key chains
- Sketch pens and markers for extra creativity
So here’s a list of ideas to enhance the creativity and recreate anything wasted in a board game into something new and useful.
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