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Wordless Wednesday: Simple Toddler Car Wash





Psst...Not only great for quiet time, but also great for fine motor skills  


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  1. I love how simple things kids can learn from!

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  2. Super cute! What is the blue solution he is washing his cars with?

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  3. It's just dish soap! The blue solution!! (but a cheapie dish soap that we only use for play that my toddler loves for play because it is blue)

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  4. So fun! My kids love setting up mini wash stations like this!

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  5. So cute! especially with the little toothbrush. :)

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  6. My toddler is kind of obsessed with using her toothbrush to clean things (no matter how many times I tell her it's only for teeth!) so I should get her one that's a "cleaning" brush and try this activity. She'd love it!

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  7. That's what we have - a toothbrush for play (one that is adult sized so it's clearly different) and one that is for him to actually brush his teeth with!

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  8. We like to wash our various toys but I've never thought to use a toothbrush. So fun and simple, love it!

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  9. What a creative idea! Teaching childern to be entrepreneurial at a young age.
    We at 2nd Take love this idea for kids.

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  10. I'm not sure why kids are so enthralled with washing things, but it's just so fun to watch them. My daughter loved giving her babies a bath - we had the cleanest dolls in the neighborhood :-) I love the toothbrush idea for fine motor skills!

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  11. Ok, I never thought I needed hot wheels cars and now I do. LOL! Just pinned this! Vicky from www.messforless.net

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  12. Great practice! I bet he had so much fun. Now, hopefully, he will be a little more willing to do the toilets when he gets older right? Just kidding. Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library!

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  13. Looks like so much fun and he looks like he is concentrating so hard :)

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  14. That is really cute! I love the toothbrush to clean the cars. Thanks for linking to Artsy Play Wednesday.

    : 0 ) Theresa (Capri + 3)

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  15. Great idea! We tried it and my little guy was in love!!

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  16. Love the idea! Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Thanks for linking this fun idea to Tuesday Tots. I've featured it this week :)

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