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Handprint Dinosaur | CMSMatHome

Handprint Dinosaur | CMSMatHome

Good morning from #CMSMatHome!

We’ll trace our hands today and turn the outline into dinosaurs. You’ll need some paper, crayons, markers, or colored pencils. If you desire, you can add stickers, sequins, feathers, beads, or similar items you may have lying around.

Talk about your dinosaur, explain how it moves, and what it eats. Cut it out and attach it to a popsicle stick to create a dinosaur play.

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