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25 Creative Ways To Re-Use Your Keurig’s K-Cups
DIY & Crafts
1. Pair your K-cups up with a shoelace, and you have a fine-motor lacing activity for toddlers or preschoolers.
2. Use K-cups to organize small craft items and office supplies
3. Cut a slit in the bottom of a K-cup and you have a handy card-holder for young children.
4. Double up a couple of K-cups. Plug the bottom hole with a bit of hot glue or cover it with tape (I used a small piece of hockey tape ). Fill your K-cups with fresh herbs and a bit of water. Set in a mini-muffin tin and freeze. Dip into a cup of warm water, pop them into a baggy, and store in the freezer. Great for adding to soups and sauces! (My Triple Bladed Scissors make light work of chopping herbs)
5. Add a basket of K-cups to the block centre in your toy room or classroom
6. Use your k-cups as seed-starters for the garden.
7. Young children can use K-cups for a money-sorting activity.
8. Use your K-cups for colour recognition and patterning activities with your toddler.
9. Use them for crafting at Christmas time: Turn your K-cups into homemade advent calendar for Christmas!
Make K-cup Christmas bell ornaments.
Make some festive K-cup snack holders or party favours.
10. Turn a few k-cups into a sound-matching game for preschoolers.
11. Plug the small hole at the bottom with hot glue, and use as small paint pots or glue pots at craft-time.
12. Stuff the cup with some cotton or quilt batting, and cover with fabric for a make-shift pincushion.
13. A stack of K-cups and a pipe-cleaner makes a fine threading craft for preschoolers.
14. Make a mobile
15. String a garland
16. Keep a stash of them for play at the water-table or at bath-time.
17. Play with them on the light-table
18. Paint the insides of the k-cups with different colours of paint, and toddlers can play a matching game with pom-poms.
19. Use them for a penny-toss game.
20. Use them in the doll house or with Barbies for garbage pails, buckets, laundry hampers etc.
21. Make a bowling game for kids using a stack of k-cups and a m
22. Use k-cups when playing with play dough or cloud-dough.
23. Toss a few into the sandbox.
24. Make a game-token for homemade games by slicing a slit in the top and inserting a flash card.
25. And finally, one last way to re-use your Keurig’s k-cups: Make more coffee! Pick up a set of these Keurig K-Cup Caps and re-use your k-cups time and time again for brewing your own coffee or tea.