Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Advil + race car activity.

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Any race fans out there? 

I live in the Midwest, we have our fair share of fans here. By "fair share" I mean, a lot. 

Race day can be intense! So can the aches and pains of daily life. Advil can help with that! 

Let's say your creating a really fun DIY that any race car loving kiddo would enjoy...and let's say you have two super adorable helpers...and let's say they are fighting over who gets to race the car first...hello major headache...cute little girl squeals and yells can do that to you. 

Thank goodness Advil Film Coated was handy! I mean literally! I picked up my Advil at my local Walmart.

This Advil is formulated with a unique Advil Ion Core Technology and an ultra thin shell to absorb quickly – in fact nothing is proven to work faster*

Fast acting Advil Film-Coated leverages the rapid absorption properties of ibuprofen sodium, now available for the first time in the US." *

Interested in the race car DIY my littles went crazy over??

It couldn't be easier! 

You'll need:

brown packaging paper
street tape (any patterned style tape will do) (if you don't have tape you can color a road with markers) 
race cars
crayons or markers (to draw people, shops, houses )

First tape down brown packaging paper, like below. Then, add on strip of street style tape. 


Next, tape down another "lane" so that two cars can race each other.


Get out your drawing tools and color away! My kiddos created a whole town filled with houses, ice cream shop, people, and more.



Finally, take turns racing cars to the end of the town! This DIY was a hit with all four of my children! They range in age from 9-1...they all enjoyed creating the town and they  enjoyed racing each other even more. 

Be sure to hit up you local Walmart and pick Advil film-coated today!

P.S. here is a $3 off coupon to help. 

 *Among OTC pain relievers.

1 comment:

Jaredamy said...

This is such a cute idea for young kids. My son would really enjoy something like this to play with. #client