This opportunity is for companies or large civic groups (not individuals). Help make developmental toys out of common household items! These activities are developmentally appropriate and promote parent-child interaction. The focus of the activities is to emphasize the value of play and "hands on" learning. Many of the activities involve "toys" that are made from simple household items such as toilet paper tubes, construction paper, ziplock bags, yarn, etc. The advantages of having homemade toys for our families are that they are free or inexpensive to make, the materials are readily available in the home, and they give parents an opportunity to reuse items that they may have thrown away instead (ex: magazines, empty boxes, empty paper towel rolls). We do ask that the company purchase the materials needed to make the toys.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Company is asked to provide supplies