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For a pretty Backyardigans mobile, suspend spring-fresh flowers, butterflies, and more (they're printable!) from a tree branch that kids find in the yard.
Catch the Backyardigans on Nick Jr.
Print out Backyardigans Spring Mobile Ornaments. Start cutting out the shapes. This is a great step for your child to do while you get started on the other steps below.
To make a ring out of twine for the top, wrap your full length of twine around an oatmeal drum (or similarly sized container) over and over until it's done. Tie small knots around the twine to keep the ring together. You can also make your mobile top out of a found stick, paper towel tub, or embroidery hoop. If using a tube, and you have extra time, have your child paint it first to give it extra flair.
Cut four or six strands of twine, ribbon, or string at various lengths. Tie each hanging strand to the top of the mobile. Optional: To make a mobile that's exactly as shown, leave out about 12 inches on each strand from its top before tying them to the mobile top. Then pull the top ends of all strands together, twist them together like a rope, and tie them together in a knot. Attach the double-sided paper shapes to the strings at various intervals with glue stick. Attach bells at the bottom of the strands, if desired.
Depending on the type of mobile top you used, attach a loop of ribbon to it and hang anywhere inside your home, or in your backyard.
Goody! Goody! Some cool Backyardigans party favors
Arctic-worthy warmth inspired by Pablo
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Good old-fashioned fun--indoors or out!
Orange ya gonna put Tyrone the moose together?
Pablo's looking eggscellent.
Uniqua's a good egg and a fun do-together craft.
Adorn your table with this easy, eye-popping Backyardigans craft
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Your little kangaroos will hop into this warm and cute bath towel.
Wrap up your little hippos in something warm, friendly, and smooth after bathtime.
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Calm nighttime fears with a friendly face!
Welcome to a Knight at the Theater
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Little puppets for little hands
Masters of Disguise? Or Goody Bags?
Dad will get a charge out of this holiday gift!
Make a do-together craft kids can proudly display on their door
A picture-perfect present for you and your little bunny!
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Turn paper bags into your favorite math-loving team!
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This snow bunny is ready for show and tell!
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This paper gingerbread house is all bark and no bite!
Milli spins her pattern powers into a string of dreidels this holiday season
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Create the cutest footwear to warm up little toes!