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    Made with a 3 and 4 yr old




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    Time Out.. The perfect time for thinking about what you're going to destroy next.

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    Really good

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    Really good idea to show all the seasons on it, my mindees parents will have to have a Xmas picture on their calendar up all year - but surprisingly they do - went to mindees house last night to do 2 year check chat with parents and saw her handprint Christmas tree calendar we did last year and her hand and footprint rudolph on display in the kitchen

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    I did a snowman one last year. Thought I'd do one not related to Xmas/ cold this time
    Time Out.. The perfect time for thinking about what you're going to destroy next.

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    They are lovely, did you draw the trees or print them from somewhere.

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    Just printed a bare tree off for each section and they stuck it in. Then we talked about how the tree should look for each season/weather
    Time Out.. The perfect time for thinking about what you're going to destroy next.

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    They're really lovely! x

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    They are lovely!!!

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    they are realy nice

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    Lovely idea

    We've done handprint butterflies, although my dd said they looked like an octopuss

    Carol xx

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    Lovely!

 

 

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