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vacation day bin

This was our vacation day bin 
We went to he beach for a mini vacation this year and decided to bring some (in my daughters words) treasures back home with us so we could have a closer look.
We collected many different things like seashells, seaweed, rocks, and even a piece of trash. I allowed my daughter to collect this piece of trash to reconfirm to her to trash of things properly and not to litter.
It was nice going threw everything with my kids over again, and taking a closer look.
We will be keeping some shells and rocks for future projects so keep tuning in!

Question~ what vacation did you go on this year? did ur little one/ones love it? feel free to share photos in the comments!


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