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Do Something Booky!

June 8, 2017 by Miss Stewart | 0 comments

Paper Reading Craft for Classroom

We love this cute idea for classroom so much! <3Video credit: Jiya I.

Posted by Easy Peasy and Fun on Monday, 5 June 2017

So, this popped onto my FB feed – and I love it! 😀 Such a lovely, simple idea; could be adapted for mini book reviews (that’s quick reviews not tiny books!), book recs, poetry, or even motivational quotes. To coin a phrase – do something booky! 😉

Video credit:©Jiya I. / found at Easy Peasy and Fun

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