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Old MacDonald Role-Play Masks

Old MacDonald Had A Farm Role-Play Masks

About This Primary Resource

A comprehensive set of ‘old MacDonald had a farm’ face masks, beautifully designed by freelance graphic designer and illustrator Marlety Garcia . As well as old MacDonald himself the set also features a pig, rabbit, cow, sheep, hen, cat, duck, mouse, goose, dog and horse.

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  1. Velia ipatzi

    Thank you very much for sharing this wonderfull
    materials

  2. Rachel

    This will really bring the song to life in my class. Really great.

  3. Robin Dial

    This will be fun for circle time!

  4. Adrienne Spencer

    will help my kids understand farm animals

  5. Kaitlin

    Love these!

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