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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Color Coded Sodoku Game!

 Color Coded Sodoku Game!
Have you guys ever played Sodoku?
I hate it...I mean look at this confusion!

 Okay, so basically the numbers 1-9 are used...
but only one time each in an entire row (vertical & horizontal)
and only once in each box of 9.

Well, my adorable parents came up with a fabulous solution!
Color coded.  Genius!
This makes it a fun game for the entire family to play together.
Doesn't matter what side of the board you are sitting on!
First off you need a blank grid.
Right click to save off and print!  (I laminated mine)
Now you need glass gem pebbles.
We got combo bags at Michael's and Hobby Lobby.
9 different colors.
Then each color is representing a value...doesn't really matter which is which.
But we go in rainbow order:
Red=1, orange=2, yellow=3, green=4, blue=5, purple=6, brown=7, white=8 and gray=9
Then you'll need to set up the board...get an easy book at the dollar store
and go off of that...or just get some online like this:
Now...everywhere you see a "1" put a red gem.
and so on...with every color coded number!
Then it's ready to begin.
Now the game is more fun.
You just need to make sure each row has 1 of each color...
vertical and horizontal as well as only 1 of each color in each box of 9!
It's so fun now that it's a visual game!
Working together makes it much more enjoyable!
Keep at it until the whole board is filled!
My parents gave these a Christmas gifts to all the neighbors.
Super fun!

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Wontons

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Wontons
You'll need:
wonton wrappers
peanut butter
Put a dab of pb on the wonton.
(you could use nutella and skip the pb and chocolate...
but my son is allergic to pb it is)
Add a thin banana slice
Add a couple chocolate chips
Dip your finger in water and run a strip of water on the edges...
then fold over and press the edges together.
Place on a baking sheet.

Bake in the oven for about 5 minutes at 350* F on each side.
Just watch them until they brown and then turn them over.
Yummy, sweet and crispy...and not fried!

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