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Wacky Popcorn Faces for Toddlers

We read Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss this week to prep for our wacky day at toddler school! We thought that it would be fun to do some simple and silly activities!

Why wacky day? 

Toddlers love to notice differences in things! They also love to spot things that are wrong or seem a bit weird. Wacky day is a fun way to work on language skills – like describing things – in a silly way!

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