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Christmas circle play

This circle time activity we based around Christmas. We included colored rice, books, spoon and cup, dish, and little toys. To color the rice place uncooked rice in a bowl and mix it with little bit of water and food coloring. Let dry before play. 
The cup, spoon and bowl are included to help kids pouring skills and learn about measuring. 
 We included the books cause I find that to be a bonding time with me and my kids.
If you are wondering about the little candy with eyes in there, they are Shopkins that we did a review on. As seen here~ https://www.facebook.com/FunThingsToDoWithUrKidz/photos/a.716315158410743.1073741881.439754472733481/768639426511649/?type=3&theater

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