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Tips For Coloring Eggs With Toddlers

By: Amanda Formaro from Crafts by Amanda
Updated April 05, 2020
Tips For Coloring Eggs With Toddlers
Tips For Coloring Eggs With Toddlers

"Easter is a fun and colorful time for little ones to explore. Coloring Easter eggs is a tradition in many families, and a definite favorite among the younger set! Toddlers are still developing dexterity, so there are a few simple but important things to remember before you sit down with them to dye eggs. Following these simple tips will ensure a fun and memorable experience for all. And don’t forget to snap some pictures! Lets get coloring!"

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