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  • Kerry Bonney

    Marshmallow painting - no brushes to clean up & good for sensory and fine motor!

  • Debbie Clement

    marshmallow painting. i love this, i always have leftover marshmallows after going camping.

  • Suni Mcclung

    marshmallow painting - Early Learning Activities For Pre-K and Kindergarten

  • Cara Schmitt

    Marshmallow painting!!... maybe with edible paint?

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