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Littles thru 2

For Littles thru 2

Our suggestion for the last 3 days of June
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Our suggestion for Week 4 of June
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Our suggestion for Week 3 of June

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Our suggestion for Week 2 of June
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Our suggestion for Week 1 of June
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Our suggestion for Week 4 of May
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Our suggestion for Week 3 of May
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Our suggestion for Week 2 of May

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Our suggestion for May 1st (Friday)
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Week Five of April & the 1st Week of May
We have two links this week (and no link on the graphic):
https://karacarrero.com/diy-sensory-board-for-babies-and-toddlers/
https://laughingkidslearn.com/diy-sensory-board-for-babies/

Our suggestion for Week Four in April
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Our suggestion for Week Three in April
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This is our suggestion for Week Two in April
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These are our suggestions for Week One in April
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Bubbles are always fun plus, most families with children have commercial bubbles on-hand. If you don't, this site offers a homemade bubble recipe.

Banging on pots and pans may not be your favorite daily activity but there are learning opportunities for even very young children. Let them select the pans they want – and maybe you introduce a plastic colander or cupcake pan. Drumsticks can be wooden spoons, sticks from outdoors, in addition to a basting brush or wire strainer. 

Plan your visit.