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A cute skeleton activity
I found a blog post about printing out a skeleton onto magnet paper and then putting it together onto a magnetic door. Here is a cute Skelly the Skeleton from the toymaker.com, to print out and use in Halloween activities. I think that I may print it out and have the kids cut it out and put it together. Then I will have them write about what they like about Halloween.
Here he is printed on magnet paper and placed on the refrigerator.
He’s cute. The cutting required is not for beginners and will take some time. He is big too. It may work to glue or tape him together so that he will be dangling around.
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Tonya is a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and loves creating things to work on skills and solve problems.
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