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  1. april yedinak says

    I love the craft. Paper doll chains were always my favorite when I was little. I think I will have my children do this craft after our annual viewing of the “I have a dream” speech. My kids are biracial and I use MLK’s birthday each year to discuss civil rights issues.

  2. Ghena says

    How nice they are. At their young age, they are learning on how to save mother earth. Great compliment for those teachers who patiently teach their children to be child to be environmental friendly. Mostly, teacher given homeworks and project using recycle materials to save money as well.

  3. says

    This would be a great craft for transracially adopted kids, too, showing that even though the outside looks different, all the kids are in the same family.

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