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Animal tins (a fun way to learn)

A fun way to teach about animals
Use a muffin tin and in each part add something that means something to that animal. 
We did penguins this time and in one space we put them in another space we put what they live in, what they eat, what eats them, and how there babies are born.

All in all a fun way to teach about animals. We also did a hunt for all these things after we read the book about them, so it get kids moving and not bored.


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