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  • Dixilee Paige Hughey

    When the game needs more pieces so that all your kids can play. Homemade Game pieces. So perfect for family game nights OR in the classroom. Brilliant for those little guys that forget what color they are or fight about it!

  • Susan McDaniel

    Homemade Game pieces! What an awesome idea for the board game project option in my Canterbury Tales unit! I already have the tiny multi-colored binder clips!

  • Ginny Crossley

    Homemade Game pieces! Cool! cute idea my kids would love it and it would fix all the fighting over what piece they get.

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