Make a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogThere’s pretty much nothing you can’t do with a cardboard box and making a simple boat for kids is no exception.  These are so easy and fun! A friend gave me a nice long cardboard box a while back, because I am a hoarder of all things crafty, and I made it into a duct tape boat for play group.  It hung in there for months too until I accidentally left it out in the rain.  So sad.  I could have gotten years out of this baby, which would have made up for the duct tape investment.  I seriously need to go to duct tape anonymous.  So addicted.

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Make a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogMake a boat from a cardboard box for hours of funCardboard boxes are awesome for imaginative play.  The kids hid in the boat, relaxed in the boat, giggled in the boat and rowed the boat.  We even had a few moms who took a ride.  If you have young children and want a great way for them to spend hours of fun, try this!  Find a box, neighbors always have a few laying around, and cover it with duct tape in the pattern of your choice.  You’re good to row! (see what I just did there?)

Make a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogMake a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogMake a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogMake a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogMake a Boat for kids from a Cardboard Box | Meri Cherry BlogIf you like this simple way to play with your child, you will probably love the simple ideas found in this downloadable ebook, called Zero to Two.  You can download it by clicking here or on the pic below. Zero to Two ebook