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    • Sherry Lim

      Messy Literacy: Dog's Colorful Day idea - laminate dog shape put real messes on dog as in book then wash off at the end. Idea from reading confetti.

    • Katie Perez

      Messy Literacy: Dog's Colorful Day One of our favorite books. Love this idea in how to bring it to life!!!

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