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Groundhog Day and Shadow Play

Pre-kids, quirky little holidays like Groundhog Day didn’t really do much for me.  Post-kids they provide the perfect opportunity to easily add a little magic to a typical day.  To see what I mean, check out my latest kid craft over at momtastic: groundhog shadow puppets.  It’s a simple little project you can do next Thursday with the kiddos (there’s a secret weapon that will help you impress them even if you couldn’t draw a straight line to save your life.)

 

And to extend the fun, have another look at my Super-Sized-Mega-Big Post on Playing with Shadows.

 
Happy playing and happy weekend!

 

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