Frugal Toys + Playthings: Pocket Play

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, August 15, 2019 | 0 comments
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Image: Oooh... Pocket Peek!, by webchicken on Flickr
Babies love to put things in pockets, and then find them again.

Make a pocket play wall out of a three foot (1 metre) square of canvas.

Hem the edges, cut a bunch of pockets off some old clothing, and sew them onto the canvas, leaving the tops of the pockets open.

Image: Threads, by Sharon Mollerus on Flickr
Put grommets in the top two corners, and hang on the wall at baby's level from peel 'n stick hooks.

Baby will love discovering which toys fit in which pockets!

Thanks to Susan for this Frugal Baby Tip!



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