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  • Becky

    3 little kittens nursery rhyme sensory bin

  • Jessica Stevens

    3 little kittens.. what a FANTASTIC idea!

  • Dana Graham

    3 Little Kittens Sensory Tub. Fun idea to make nursery rhyme sensory tubs.

  • Grisel Schutz

    3 little Kittens sensory Tub kit Bring this children's favorite nursery rhyme to life with our 3 Little Kittens sensory tub kit! Complete with laminated story cards (vocabulary words + visual), your preschoolers will have a hands on opportunity to practice rhythm, rhyme, and repetition! Story cards are accented with 3 wood kittens, foam mitten stamps (perfect for creating patterns), yarn and clothespins to hang mittens, real pair of children's mittens, faux pieces of pie, snowballs and to...

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Three Little Kittens Sensory Tub: "Story cards are accented with 3 wood kittens, foam mitten stamps (perfect for creating patterns), yarn and clothespins to hang mittens, real pair of children's mittens, faux pieces of pie, snowballs and tongs! Suggested filler ingredient : faux snow."

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