This summer we have been trying to stay busy with as many activities as possible. With three children activities that can take up a fair share of time are my favorite. Cascades offers several products that fit perfectly into this category. When given the opportunity to review Cascades Recycled Cardboard Birdhouses my kids could not wait. The Birdhouses are 100% Recycled.
We started off by coloring the bird houses. All of us got in on this fun, because it was a lot to color. K wanted mostly boy colors so we used greens and blues. Little T wanted pretty much every color that was laid out in front of him. The kids literally sat at the table for a good hour before they decided that they needed help. After we got all done coloring them, I put them together and we headed outside to find the perfect spot to put them up. I put one nail in the tree to hand the birdhouse on and then as you can see in the picture one in the bottom. We then made our own bird feeders, with peanut butter and several different kinds of rice. We took pipe cleaners coated them in peanut butter and then sprinkled on the rice, and hung them from the bird houses. Not only was making these birdhouses so much fun for the kids but very educational. Little T named the colors as we were coloring. They learned to follow the directions when putting it together ( not a simple task.), how important it was to put enough food on the bird feeders and so far to wait and watch.
A huge Thank You to Cascades who has offered 1 of my lucky readers their very own Recycled Cardboard Birdhouses (contains 2).
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I was not compensated for this review. I was offered a product or products to give my honest and fair opinion. You experience and opinion may vary.