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  • Valletta Lewis

    What Can You Do with Just Paper, Scissors, and Glue? Great paper projects (basic to advanced) for developing fine motor skills, creating details, learning about texture/dimenion/spatial awareness. Check out the website at http://web.me.com/nancywalkup/Site/What_Can_You_Do_with_Just_Paper,_Scissors,_and_Glue.html#

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