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Minibeast Arts and Crafts Ideas

Minibeast / Insect Arts and Crafts Ideas

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A selection of illustrated minibeast themed art and craft activities ideal to use with young children at home or in your school or early years setting. The activities include how to make a foam butterfly, fold over butterflies, a spoon bug and a caterpillar eggbox.

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  1. Lucy

    I am mum of a four year old that is in reception and a three year old in pre school. I want to support my sons learning with activities I can do with both children

  2. Lorraine best

    I am a mum of a 4 year old boy and want to help him learn and have as much fun possible while learning x

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