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Simple household items like those shown in the photograph can provide hours of simple fun and interaction with your child at no cost.

For example: dropping clothes pegs, pebbles or seeds into a plastic jar or bottle, clipping clothes pegs onto a plastic cup in patterns, stacking pastry cutters, dropping old curtain rings onto a kitchen roll holder, threading rings or beads onto a piece of string, feeling the different textures of a kitchen scrubbing pad or using sponges as building blocks - the games you can play together with these are only limited by your (and your child's) imagination.
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