Columbus mover E.E. Ward Moving & Storage Co. has given tips on how to make packing and unpacking with your children easier. Now that your duties have been completed, it is time for you to kick back. Unfortunately, your house may look like a warehouse of boxes; breaking them apart and throwing them away is adding additional work to your valuable relaxation period. Luckily, there is a better and more fun way of removing the clutter of the cardboard lying around. Cue in your children, for this is their area of expertise. To you, those are cardboard boxes, but to your kids, they are a doorway to creative imagine play. Below are a few fun suggestions for you and your toddlers to turn that sea of cardboard into a fun house.
Turn your child’s dirty clothes hamper into a washing machine. There are also plenty of other interesting ideas to turn the hamper into; sky’s the limit!
Playing school was always my sister’s favorite source of fun. You can take it one step further by creating such stores, as seen above. Who knows, they might be able to make a few bucks in the process.
Sound of Music
Music is a must when it comes to playing around and having fun. Create guitars and other instruments to create harmonic jingles. Add in a cardboard amp and now you have your own band to perform for you.
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles
Moving around on your own two feet is overrated. Why walk (or crawl) when you can soar through the sky, travel with speed on the tracks, or in style on the asphalt.
The pictures below are a bit more on the time consuming and advance side of things. Nonetheless, the creations deserve to be show cased for how impressive they are.
Take those automobiles and park them in your back yard; this is a fun and creative way to watch your favorite movie.
Not the most convenient way to enjoy the newly attained cardboard. But if this is your goal, Parent-of-the-Year award is certainly yours for the taking.
Something of this magnitude just looks surreal. But this is completely real and made from 100% cardboard. Do not be afraid to bring out your inner “nerd.”