Yes, of course you can always take advantage of those great fancy toys from the office, but inevitably that perfect toy for that perfect activity is stuffed away in your co-worker’s car. Never fear your toy bin is here. Your car toy-box will come in handy for those last minute visits, or times when your co-worker has that perfect toy (but really we both know you just forgot to grab it while rushing out of the office for a visit you should have left to 10 minutes ago).
Despite the myths size does matter, too big and your car will begin looking like a Toys R US clearance bin. Too small, the essentials won’t fit. There are tons of great trunk organizers that work perfectly for storing toys.
Here are some toys that I keep on hand:
- Construction paper
- Collection of 7 blocks, because it’s the lucky number.
- Mr. Potato Head
- A classic children’s books…. Some good old Dr. Suess or Harold and The Purple Crayon should do the trick.
- Educational Magazines
- Glue and glue stick
- Scrapbook paper
- Coloring books one for the children and another for the parents
- Food coloring
- Sidewalk chalk
- Small collection of play food.
I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your list of must-haves for your toy bin.
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