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We have hot wheels all over our house. I think we may have as many hot wheels as we do books and that is a lot!
I bought my son a hot wheel case a few years back and it would hold a hundred hot wheels. Well we could fill that case about 3 times. Yes I admit I have a hot wheels buying problem,lol. It is usually my bargaining chip at the grocery store on those days you need a little help to get out before all chaos strikes. Anyone else ever have those days at the store.
Well since we have all these hot wheels I was looking for a new way for the kids to enjoy them. I know my son loves our chalk city we make in the garage but I want to do something indoors. All of a sudden the construction paper on top of the cabinet looks like a good choice to design an indoor city for his hot wheels. The great thing is this only took me about 10 minutes to set up.
All you need is construction paper, markers, and tape.
I took the paper and drew a store, a gas station…. I am no artist but I did the best I could and the boys loved it. That is what really counts too. I then taped them to the wall and added some paper stripes to the floor as a road. This was a big hit with my 4 yr. My 2 yr liked it and played but he couldn’t help but keep pulling up the paper road, haha. The paper city has been up a few days and they keep playing with it. I think we can be sure we will play with more paper cities in the future. I hope you and your kids can have a little fun with this too.
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