For Elementary / Primary School

It’s often difficult to specify an age range for the projects on Broogly. Many of them can be enjoyed by kids of any age with differing results and levels of help required. For instance, crayon leaf rubbings can be easily enjoyed by a toddler - but an older child will be able to use the same technique to produce incredible works of art. In this section we attempt to pull out those projects that are particularly suited to kids of a particular age: toddlers, preschoolers, elementary / primary school, and toddlers.

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