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  • Ellie Holden

    good fhe to make the mail boxes and write the first notes. --My kids love getting mail and making things for each other. Great idea! Mailboxes for each family member - write notes to each other. Great practice for early writers! Also can do it for Valentine's Day and Christmas. Kids can discover surprises in their mailboxes from mom/dad and siblings

  • Dirt Lunch

    Family mailboxes: write notes to each other. good for kids to communicate with parents about embarrassing subjects.

  • Suzette Hubbard

    Love this idea of a family mail center! Great way to encourage letter and note writing -- to each other or to pen pals and family members. Kids can sort the mail when it comes... Convert to golden group idea

  • Devonie Block

    Love this idea of a family mail center. Great way to encourage both communication and letter writing!

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