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  • 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!

  • Valerie Young

    homemade game pieces ... perfect for our sunday family board games (cute idea!)

  • La Toya Burkhalter

    Homemade Game pieces! Oh my goodness what an awesome idea for family game night

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