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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Healthy food vs. not so healthy food!
This activity was a great way to see just what the children know about the foods they eat. It really opened up some great discussions about nutrition and was excellent scissor practice for their little hands.
We painted with a variety of kitchen utensils.
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