Anti-Boredom Pocket Kit

Filed under: Kids — Savvy Housekeeper at 9:22 am on Wednesday, July 22, 2009

I like this idea from Instructables–an Anti-Boredom kit for waiting in lines, doctor’s offices, church, and other less-than-thrilling situations. It seems like it would be especially useful if you have kids. In the kit:

-Tiny deck of cards
-Small vile of touchable bubbles
-Two tubes of plastic bubbles
-Tiny colored pencils
-Note pad
-String for cats cradle
-Quarter to vend treats (a dollar fits nicely too for bigger treats)
-Balloon (for playing don’t touch the ground or keep away)

I am surprised all that fits in one Altoids tin! (Via Craft)

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Comment by debra

December 16, 2011 @ 10:26 pm

cute idea. my teenage son has made a survival kit from an altoids tin. he carries it with him when he goes sailing. this one might be fun for my daughter.

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