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Beanbag Stuff
Submitted by: Emily Appelman, Spec. Ed.

I keep beanbags in my classroom for students to sit on. I noticed the beanbags would lose beans and weren't very comfortable. I had gotten in some materials by mail and the packing included the styrom foam peanuts. After sewing up any holes, I simply unzipped the beanbag and stuffed the peanuts in. I then asked our secretary to save the packing material for me when they got in suplies. Soon my beangs were overflowing with stuffing. They went from trash to a treasure. You can also throw in a couple of dryer sheets to keep your beanbags smelling fresh all year.



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