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    What can we make with magazines after we’ve finished reading them? Collages, paper chains, books, a variety of learning and literacy games and activities—so much! But how about clothing? Our family has now added designing our own t-shirts to the list. We all worked on these over the weekend and are ...
    December 5, 2011
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