Ceramic Piggy Banks?

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Ceramic piggy banks come in a variety of colors, and sizes. Piggy banks are often one of the first presents that a child is given. They can teach a child the value of saving. Plus, they look cute in one’s bedroom. However, when one is purchasing a ceramic piggy bank for a child, they should consider a few features. First, the piggy bank should be small enough for the child to handle. Remember it will weigh more once coins are added. Plus, children have smaller hands than adults. We also need to remember to purchase a piggy bank that has plug in the bottom to make it easy to remove the inserted coins. No child would want to destroy their ceramic piggy bank to get back their money.
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1. Insert a butter knife into the opening of the piggy bank and hold the bank upside down while you jiggle it to remove the coins. The butter knife will act as a ramp for the coins
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It's a ceramic money box in the shape of a pig. One of the high street banks (Barclays? used to have different sizes of these piggy banks to encourage children to save. There was
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To make a simple piggy bank you can get a milk carton and paint it. The piggy's nose can be the top of the carton. Just turn it sideways and paint it like a pig's nose. Glue and tail
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Ceramic piggy banks are available in all colors to be purchased on many online retailers. These retailers include "Amazon" "eBay" and also the "bankbanksbanks
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