Big Mouth Game

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Here’s another classic from the Toddler’s Busy Book, a game I played with Travis when he was so young this blog didn’t even exist yet! All you need to get started is a medium-sized cardboard box.

First, I drew a face on one side of the box with markers. No doubt your toddler will want to help out with this part; Veronika sure did!

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I then used a craft knife to cut out the mouth shape. For the final touch, we rubbed a glue stick all over the top and attached strips of tissue paper to be the hair. The big mouth is hungry and ready to eat!

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You can use just about anything as balls for the target. Tennis balls were just a touch too big to easily fit, but sock balls were the perfect size.

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We also had extra tissue paper and Veronika loved crumpling these into balls and tossing into the mouth.

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“He’s so hungry!” she said with delight every time she added to the box. When it was full, she could pull everything out and start all over again.

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This game is sure to keep toddlers busy and delighted.

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