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  • Victoria Morris

    Wooden block memory game. Great for scrap paper/fabric. Could use old jenga blocks

  • jeanette l. myers

    Wood block memory game (scrapbooking paper remnants)

  • Linda Forbes

    Wooden block memory game (diy with jenga pieces and scrapbooking paper scraps:)

  • Nancy M

    Memory Game DIY with Jenga pieces and scrapbook paper - want to DIY! Good activity for early finishers. Using thrift store Jenga game pieces and scraps of scrap paper

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