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Play a Matching Game

Play a Matching Game

Write the titles of several folktales that the child is familiar with on large strips of paper, all the same color. Using strips of paper in a different color, write down the messages or lessons from each of these folktales. Mix up the paper strips and lay them out on the floor or rug. Have the child match the lessons to the correct folktales.


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Mon, Jun 7, '21

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