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  • Michi Knight

    Dr. Seuss Grinch for different acts of kindness. Every time an act of kindness is observed in the classroom, a heart is added! Love this idea! Could also use this as a 'pin the heart on the Grinch' game

  • Amy Metcalf

    Pin the heart on the Grinch. This would be fun for a kids Christmas party or a Dr Seuss birthday party. ❤❦♪♫

  • Paige Fischer

    Pin a heart on the Grinch. What a great Christmas party or Dr. Seuss party game!

  • JD C

    Pin the Heart on the Grinch ~ fun for a holiday Party or a Dr Seuss Birthday Party

  • Rachael Sylvester

    Pin the heart on the Grinch game. This would be fun for a kids Christmas party. #StayCurious

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I love this almost as much as I love the Grinch himself! Look for random acts of kindness to fill the grinch with love. Such a cute concept. This is a school pin, but it would be could be done at home too! @Ellen Wheeler

Good idea for the classroom. You can change the face once you get enough hearts!

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