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DIY Cardboard Cash Register For Practicing Numbers

Fri, Sep 26, 2014 | DIY Projects | By Irina

As a kid I used to love playing a grocery store: serve “customers”, give the change, etc. If your little one also enjoys it and likes watching the cashier scan items in the grocery, make this cardboard cash register. I’m sure he or she will excitedly practice his numbers and develop his imaginative skills. You’ll need calculator with large buttons, plastic container, extra corrugated cardboard, paper towel roll, scissors, craft knife, paper, pen, paint brushes, hot glue gun, packing tape, ruler, mod podge and sponge brush. Basically, there’re 7 big steps. First you need to make the cash register display. Read how to do that and the rest of the following instructions at handmadecharlotte.com.

Reference: handmadecharlotte

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