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    • Bryna Cardenas

      Magnetic Attractions--make hairy magnet wands with pipe cleaners and lids and other metal objects. Maybe have them guess which things are magnetic first.

    • Jocelyn Colyer

      sensory ideas

    • Beth Chang

      Day 1 option: magnetic miners- cut up pipe cleaners in the magnet sensory table use sand or maybe rice?

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