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April 30, 2014
Art in Bloom

Cut felt paper into large, medium, and small circles, squares, and triangles. Cut a ¼-inch slit in the middle of each one. Choose a big, medium, and small shape, and put them together. Take a pipe cleaner and feed it through a button in order to create the flower’s center and stem. Twist the back to hold it all together. Use this opportunity to talk to your budding scientist about plants and flowers and why they are important to nature.


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