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How to Make Animal Tracks Using Eraser Print

by Kathryn Hatter
Learning about nature and animals is interesting and important. One thing that children will find fascinating is learning about animals and their tracks. If studying this is a planned activity, consider creating animal track stamps as one of your classroom projects.

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