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The Study Buggy
Create a mobile homework or activity station your child can push and pull anywhere around the house. Kids love to be where the action is, or just close to a parent for a little encouragement during homework time. Supplies such as pencils, paper, crayons and erasers can easily be stored in this fun, go-anywhere buggy.
The Study Buggy
Ages: Adults and Kids 6 and Up
Duration: Under One Hour


    To Create the Buggy:

  • 1 small plastic wagon (available at toy stores)
  • 1 empty 48.7 oz NESTLÉ® NESQUIK® canister
  • 1 empty 21.8 oz NESTLÉ NESQUIK canister
  • 2 empty 10.9 oz NESTLÉ NESQUK canisters
  • Several empty NESTLÉ JUICY JUICE® boxes
  • Colored sheets of construction paper
  • Small multicolored pom-poms
  • Craft foam letters
  • Craft glue
  • Double stick packing tape
  • Safety scissors
  • Stickers

  • Homework/activity supplies:

  • Sheets of colored construction paper
  • Sheets of lined white paper
  • 1 box of pencils
  • 1 box of colored markers or crayons
  • 1 pair of child's safety scissors
  • 1 glue stick
  • Stickers


  • The empty canisters and juice boxes you have accumulated are used to organize all of your child's supplies.

  • Set them out on a work surface along with sheets of construction paper, pom-poms, stickers, craft foam letters glue and scissors, and help your child decorate each of the canisters or boxes.

  • When the decorating is finished, set the containers into your "buggy." Try to have as many containers as possible so that the containers fit into the study buggy snugly.

  • Lay out all of the supplies you have chosen, and decide together which container is best for each supply.

  • It's good to label each section so your child can learn organizational skills.

  • Now, even the littlest children will begin to learn the art of being organized for school!


  • Apply a strip of double-sided packing tape to the bottom of each container to keep them from shifting.


  • Have older children organize a study/activity area in their bedrooms or in a corner of the kitchen, if there is room.

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