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  • Jennifer Brandon

    Old Lady who swallowed a fly! Make her with a flip lid trash can. When it gets to each item in the reading of the book, then kids "feed" the old lady. cute for a classroom idea too.

  • Kathy Clay

    The Thoughtful Spot Day Care: Trash Can Old Lady... This is our old lady! I made her with a flip lid trash can. Then I found an object that goes with everything that she swallowed. I hand them out to the kids. When it comes to their object in the book, then they "feed" the old lady! - Re-pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

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