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Theme Topics : Foods > French Fries

French Fries

Need: Yellow Sponges (not the kind with a scubber just a plain thick one, you can get a bag of about 10 at a dollar store), French Fry boxes (go to McDonalds and ask if you can have a couple to use, this is what I did and they gave them to me. If not you can use ones that you actually buy fries in and just wipe them out real good)

Directions: Cut the sponges into fry shapes (just cut in strips) and add them to the boxes. And you are set. Pretty simple. What I did with mine is I had boxes numbered 1-10 with black marker and had enough fries to fill them up with the right amount of fries. The kids loved it. They also enjoyed pretend playing with them.   More...



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