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  • Quality Time Child Care

    DIY File Folder Games: materials that are easy to get your hands on plus ideas for different games to make

  • Anna Wendling

    Little Family Fun: File Folder Games. These are for pre-school, but the ideas could be adapted for many grade levels and curriculum. Math games

  • Claire Burns

    Interesting post...how can I adapt file folder games for the music room? Something to brainstorm on. Good for a center.

  • Meghan Pemberton

    DIY File Folder Games for Preschoolers! Great for our start of the day activity @Brandi Ayala!

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