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Counting cups of coco


Fun and easy to make counting cups of coco. To make the cups I used constriction paper and glued the "coco" into the cup. After that I put a number on each cup and my son glued that many cotton balls to the cups. The cotton balls are suppose to be marshmallows in the hot coco. I didn't but I could imagine it would be nice if you glued down some hot coco mix before placing the cotton balls. Make it not only look good but smell amazing!~

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