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littleBLAST ~ Review and Giveaway

{disclaimer ~ we received our BLAST free for this review and littleBLAST is a blog sponsor} We are excited to share something new with you, littleBLAST! littleBLAST offers monthly themed science BLASTs for little scientists! These are created for your preschool aged child or can supplement early edu...

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