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By Linda G Miller;Mary Jo Gibbs
What do you get for those who mix a newspaper, paper luggage, tape, and markers? A Lunch Bag urban, after all! This sequence is a teacher’s dream! You’ll locate extra artistic how one can use a tube sock, milk carton, and different reasonably cheap issues discovered round the residence than you ever imagined. Create particular, interesting toys and props to assist little ones research in applicable methods. Don’t recycle that cereal field . . . reuse it to make an easy puzzle! every one age-appropriate Making Toys publication will make you examine the typical goods round you in an entire new manner.
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