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Judy is the friend who first taught me to capture dandelion wishes in a jar. These wishes just wait on a shelf or kitchen counter until a sad child needs some love and encouragement. Then, it is off with the cap, eyes squinched closed for a wish, and a big huff. This cheers children any time theyre sad–and it makes me happy just to see the dandelion puffs resting in wait.

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Place half of a sticker (a stamp could work too) in each shoe. Child matches up sticker to help get shoes on the right feet!


Kids shopping book. Make a "shopping list" for your child by filling up the right side with pictures of the items that you need to buy. Once that item has been found and loaded into your cart, have your child take off the card and put it into their bag (the left side of the craft)! It becomes a teaching/babysitting tool all-in-one!