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  1. These printables are wonderful & will be great fun for my twin daughters! Thank you for your creativity!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing. I can’t wait to try these with my 2 yr. old daughter. She will love them!!

  3. These are great! Thanks so much for linking up to Tuesday Tots. I’m featuring this post on Learn with Play at Home this week 🙂
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  4. MamaVonTeacher says:

    Stopping by from the Pinning for Play linky party! Such cute ideas. The school I work for doesn’t celebrate Halloween, so some of these ideas are great for a touch of ‘Hallween Lite’ in my classroom. Thanks!
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  5. Kirstylee says:

    These are great. I have a bunch of busy bags for my toddler because he loves them so much. I’ll definitely be adding a few of these to the collection! Thanks for the printables. 🙂
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  6. Jen Stults says:

    I’m stopping by from the Hearts for Home hop. Love these busy bag ideas! I think my two preschoolers will love having these fall-themed activities as part of their learning time (or even just when they get bored!). Thanks for sharing! 🙂
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  7. Love the one with the spiders in the container! Those simple activities really do keep them busy! Pinned it!
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  8. I love the pumpkin puzzles, my kids are desperate to get ready for Halloween, so we can make those! I suspect doing anything with spiders would be good fun as well. Thank you.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Wonderful! Happy to hear that!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks, Janell! Yes, my kids loved playing with the spiders!

  9. Thank you for all your clever ideas.

  10. Thank-you so much! This will be mine and my daughter’s first time using a busy bag. They are perfect for train/bus/car rides, and wait times when we go to see the doctor! An alternative way to play the pumpkin-matching game I know she will enjoy is this: mix up the different pieces to make them look funny! Thanks again!

  11. I can’t wait to make these for my 2 year old!! Thank you so much for the great ideas and the printables 🙂

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