Adam was still keen to play with his masking tape road so I decided to extend it. This time I used Tesco value masking tape to create a car park. However, the cheap masking tape was rubbish and wouldn’t stick to the carpet.
I had planned on using it for a masking tape train track but opted for black electrical tape instead.
Although this tape stuck it was harder to manipulate it into a circle. The rails were time consuming but made it look more realistic.
I don’t think it will last as long as after a couple of hours we already had derailed tracks.
In preparation for another days activity (Day 29) I got Adam to paint some pegs green. Admittedly the only way to do this was to put the paint and pegs into a zip-loc bag and bring it to him whilst he playing with the road.
* Masking tape
* Electrical tape
* Trains and cars
Adam was 18 months old.
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