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Fun Circle Time Activities

Fun Circle Time Activities

For The Children In Your Daycare Or Preschool


Circle Time Activities

Circle Time Activity


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Felt Board

Felt Board Stories



Our Preschool Curriculum Program

Our preschool curriculum program provides fun daily activities such as circle time or group time, arts and crafts, story time, songs and rhymes, pre reading & pre writing, math {learning numbers, shapes and colors}, science for kids, gross motor, fine motor and other fun hands on learning activities for five days per week. We start our morning program off each day with circle time.

Our Circle Time Starts Our Daily Program.

If you have purchased our lesson plans there is a calendar that you can print out, it’s paper sized and you may want to place it onto your bulletin board to let the parents know which activities their children are doing each day. You can check the calendar for a quick reminder of what activity you’re going to be doing next. You may need to refer to the daily lesson plans on how to do the activities for that day.

To begin our circle time or group time activities, we try to get all the children to sit together in a circle on the floor. We never force any child to participate, but we do try to encourage participation. Our circle time activities could be a talk or discussion but usually involves a fun activity such as a learning activity, games, singing songs, hearing a story, etc. To begin our circle time, we discuss with the children the weather outside.

Circle Time Weather Cards, Cloudy, Windy, Snowy

Print Out Weather Cards

Free Weather Cards Package 1

Circle Time Weather Poster Display

Weather Poster Display

Free Weather Poster Display

Circle Time Weather Cards, Sunny, Rainy, Stormy

Free Weather Cards

Free Weather Cards Package 2


Weather Chart

The weather chart is included in every monthly curriculum package. We start our morning program off each day with circle time. To begin our circle time, we discuss with the children the weather outside. We have the children look out the window and then we ask them “What is the weather outside?” If you have a lot of younger children they may not be able to answer correctly, then we give them hints; such as, {Is the sky white or blue?} if it’s white does anyone know what that means? {It’s cloudy.} “Is it raining outside?" Is it snowing outside?” Is it cloudy outside?" Is it windy outside?" We have a weather chart and each day we have one of the children move the arrow to the correct weather for that day.


Looking out the window to see what’s the weather

Circle Time Weather
Look Out The Window

What’s The Weather Today?

Circle Time Activity - Draw Todays Weather

Circle Time Weather
Look Out The Window

Can You Draw Today’s Weather?

Free Circle Time Window

We begin our morning program each day with circle time. To begin our circle time, we discuss with the children the weather outside.

First, we have the children look out the window and then we ask them "What is the weather outside?" If you have a lot of younger children they may not be able to answer correctly, then we give them hints; such as, (Is the sky white or blue?) if it’s white does anyone know what that means? (It’s cloudy} "Is it raining outside?" Is snowing outside?" Is it cloudy outside?" Is it windy outside?" We have a weather chart and each day we have one of the children move the arrow to the correct weather for that day. The weather chart is included in the toddler or preschool curriculum.

Circle Time Calendar

Circle Time Calendar Activity

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Circle Time Felt Calendar

Circle Time Felt Calendar

Free Circle Time Calendar

Free Circle Time Calendars

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Circle Time Learning Activities – Free Calendars

I will ask the children “Does anyone know what day it is?” If no one knows what day it is, I will tell them, “Today Is Thursday” {Or whatever day it actually is}. We have a large felt calendar with numbers that have Velcro on their backs to stick to the calendar. The children take turns putting up the numbers each day to show that day’s date. The Toddlers are too young to understand what a calendar is but they still have fun sticking up the numbers.

Next, we have one blank calendar for each child. Each day we will have the children stick on a circle sticker with that day’s date on it. After they place the day onto the calendar, such as today is May 18th and they place the circle sticker with the number 18 on it on their calendar, then we have the children find the number one on the calendar and point to it and then we begin counting all the numbers that are on our calendars. Have the children point to each number and count up to the circle sticker number, such as number 18.

We write each child’s name on their calendar and then we either stick them onto the wall with a piece of tape or place them into a file folder and put them away until tomorrow. At the end of the month they can take their calendars home.

Seven days of the week song. After we have completed the calendar we sing the seven days of the week song which is shown below.

Circle Time Calendar Activity

Kids Singing
7 Days Of The Week Song



Baby Bear What Did You See Book

Baby Bear Story & Song
Singing it’sy Bit’sy Spider

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2 minutes & 36 seconds

Circle Time Songs

Kids Singing
Ring A Round The Rosy


Seven Days Of The Week Song



There are seven days in the week,
seven days in the week.
There are seven days in the week. {Hold up 7 fingers}

And I know them all. {Point to yourself}

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Saturday is the last one.
Saturday ends the week.


Repeat song.


{Directions} Teacher will point to each day on the calendar.


Singing Songs And Reciting Rhymes

Each week we teach the children a few new songs or rhymes for that week’s theme. Children like repetition so don’t be afraid to sing any song the children really like on a daily basis, but try to add a few new ones each week. It won’t be long and the children will be following along to the hand movements to the songs and nursery rhymes they hear often and before you know it they will start to sing right along with you! Be sure to include some of the children’s favorites each week. Some of our children’s favorites are listed below.



Circle Time Songs

The Wheels On The Bus
If your Happy And You Know It
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
ABC Song
Old McDonald Had A Farm

The it’sy Bit’sy Spider
One Two Buckle My Shoe
Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed
Five Little Monkeys Teasing Mr. Crocodile
Plus Many Other!

Listed above are some of the children’s favorites.



Wheres The Caterpillar Story – Free Printable Book

Circle Time Story

Free Circle Time Book

Where’s The Caterillar Book

Farm Theme Circle Time Story

Circle Time Story

Free Circle Time Book

Freddy Farmer Fed The Animals Book

Who Likes Fruit Story – Circle Time Book

Circle Time Story

Free Circle Time Book

Who Likes Fruit Book



Story Time

Circle Time
Let's Read A Story

During circle time we read a few books. At least one of the books we read is centered on our theme for the week.

We read a lot of books each day to the children. A few of their favorites are:

The hungry caterpillar
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie
The Red Ripe Strawberry
Rainbow Fish
The Mitten

We also read stories or poems to the children that we can make interactive with the children, such as five monkeys jumping on the bed and then we encourage the children to act out the story.

We may put a blanket on the floor to be the bed and then have the children jump up and down and have one child pretend to bump his head and then have that child leave the "bed" . We will pick two other children too, one to be the mother and one to be the doctor.


Felt Board

Circle Time
Stories On The Felt Board

We also provide the children with felt board stories. We will show the characters and felt board props that we are reading about on the felt board, and after the story the children can come up to the felt board and play with the pieces and this gives them an opportunity to reenact the story on the flannel board. A few of the children's favorite flannel board stories are:

The three pigs
Billy goat gruff
The three bears.

Occasionally some of our circle time or learning time activities may require use of a flannel board or magnetic board. If you do not have a flannel board or a magnetic board you can improvise by using a large piece of felt for a flannel board, or your refrigerator for the magnetic board.

Circle Time Story

My teddy bear color book, this is the cover of the book, color the pages the correct colors.

Teddy Bear Color Book

Learning Colors

I see a red teddy bear.
I see a brown teddy bear.
I see a green teddy bear.
I see a yellow teddy bear.
I see a blue teddy bear.
I see a purple teddy bear.
I see a white teddy bear.
I see a black teddy bear.
This teddy bear is the color ____________. This is my favorite color!



Free Circle Time Story
My Teddy Bear Color Book

Free Download!

Click Here – Teddy Bear Color Book!

This story has the children color the teddy bears different colors and then on the last page they color the bear their favorite color. As the children are coloring the bears ask them what their favorite colors are, favorite snack is, favorite tv show, favorite toy, favorite book...have the children share things they like to focus on this weeks all about me theme.

The teddy bear coloring books are made for preschool children ages 2.5 to 5 years.

Print out the book onto heavy paper such as white cardstock paper. Cut all the pages in half, right down the center to make each page become 2 pages.

Give one page at a time to the children in your daycare. Have children color the first page any color they want (the cover) and have them write their name on the front of the book under where it says this book belongs to, or teacher can write their names.

After they are done with the cover of the book, teacher can give each child another page such as the red bear page. Pass all the children red crayons to color the bear red, repeat with the rest of the pages.

After all the pages have been colored teacher can put the pages together either by using a hand held hole punch and punching 2 or3 holes down the left hand side of the book and then tying the pages together, be sure to tie the yarn or string loosely so the pages will easily turn. Or teacher can staple down the left hand side of the book.

Next, teacher can pass out one of the bear pages such as the red bear and ask the children to color bear red, repeat with the rest of the colors. On the last page of the book, to go along with the all about me theme, children will decide which color they like best and then color the bear their favorite color. Teacher will write the color they pick onto the page for each child.

These pages may take a few days to get colored; they could be colored during circle time or during free play or some other time during the day. Plan on the children coloring these pages throughout the week and then taking their new books home at the end of the week. After all the pages are colored and the books are put together have the children look at their books as you ask them to find the red bear or the green bear or the purple bear, etc. See who can find the bear first.

Circle Time Game

all about me printable game

Free
Printable Game

Help Ned Pick Up His Toys Game

Free Circle Time Game
Help Ned Pick UP His Toys

This Fun Printable Game Was Made For Our September Curriculum – {All About Me} Lesson Plans.

Circle Time Activity – Free Printable Game

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We hope you enjoy our new printable games. These are made for children aged 3 to 6.

This game was made for our "all about me" theme, you will find this theme in our September lesson plans.

This game will focus on language skills, social skills and cooperation. The children will talk to each other when it’s their turn, they will talk about what number they picked from the deck of cards along with learning to take turns. Playing this game is fun and educational!

Explain to the children that they are pretending that they are trying to get to Ned to help him put his toys away and to do this they need to pick a card from the deck and move their player (button) that many pieces by moving their button onto the squares on the game board to get to the finish line to find Ned. The child who gets to the finish line first can pretend to throw some toys into the toy chest on the page.

Directions for game: Print out the game onto heavy paper such as white cardstock paper.

You may want to use a large button for your playing pieces. This game works well in small groups of 2 to 3 children.

You will need some cards that have the numbers 1, 2 and 3 on them such as cards from an UNO game or you can make your own cards by cutting a few squares of cardstock paper and numbering each square one number (1, 2 or 3). Have the children take turns turning over a card and moving that many pieces, whoever gets to the finish line first is the winner.

This is a fun math activity for older preschoolers 3 to 6. It will help them to work on counting to 3, if you have mostly older preschoolers such as 4 to 6 year olds you may want to shake a dice instead and have them count up to the number 6.

Preschool Curriculum Program
About Our Program

Preschool Lesson Plans

Our preschool curriculum program is geared towards children between the ages of 2.5 and 6 years old. We also have toddler, young toddler and infant curriculum programs available. If you would like to view one of our other programs please click the word toddler or infant on the menu bar above. From the infant page you can click on the young toddler lesson plans.




Letter A Poster

Letter A Poster


Letter B Poster

Letter B Poster


Letter C Poster

Letter C Poster

Our curriculum is aimed at teaching the children their alphabet, numbers, shapes, shapes, pre writing {tracing letters}, learning to count, letter and number recognition, learning beginning sounds {by making letter books}, simple science activities and so much more.

Each month the children are taught three new letters and one number {September – May}. Above are our letters posters for the month of September. These posters are paper sized and can be printed from your computer and placed on the wall for your children to be able to view them each day. Each month you will receive three new letter posters to place up on the wall. You will also receive the number, shape and color posters to print out.

During the summer months {June – August} we review the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors the children have been learning through the school year.



Letter A Poster

Free Letter A
Coloring Page


Letter B Poster

Free Letter B
Coloring Page


Letter C Poster

Free Letter C
Coloring Page


Free Cute Letters To Download & Print Out

Free Download – All 26 Letters

Above are three cute letters that you can download and print out for the children in your daycare. You can download all 26 alphabet coloring pages for free {Limited time}. Some children love coloring pages others do not. If you have children in your daycare that love to color then you may want to click the link above to go over to the ABC coloring page to download these for free to share with the children in your daycare.

Coloring pages are a fine motor activity. It teaches children to color inside the lines. Younger children may not color inside the lines they may just scribble all over the page, don’t worry if they are only scribbling on the page, as they mature they will learn to color inside the lines, encourage each child to be creative and let them color the page however they want, inside the lines...outside the lines, it doesn’t really matter as long as they are having fun.

Encourage the children to sit together or near each other as they are coloring, ask the children which letter they are coloring and what color they are using. Make it a relaxing social time for the children, put on some relaxing music {turn it down low}, above all...just have fun!

For those children that do not like coloring pages, offer them some plain paper, markers or crayons and let them use their imagination. The key point is to try and be flexible, not every child is going to like the same things. Try to think how you can offer them something similar but a bit different to make it more enjoyable for them.


 Plant Pot Flower Letters A, B, C Match Up

Plant Plot Flower Match Up


Letter B - Pre Reading Activity


Fun Shape Game Activity


The above picture is from our September preschool curriculum. During the month of September the children will be learning the letters A...B...C. Above is a pre reading activity where the children glued on buttons onto the letter B. If you have children under the age of 3 in your daycare, you may not want to use buttons, you could use pieces of blue paper or use blue stickers.

In our preschool curriculum children will be using glue, paint and working on learning how to cut, trace plus we try to include sensory and fine motor into our lesson plans. Sometimes the children will be using rice in a sandbox or planting fake flowers outside or sticking clothespins into holes in an egg carton. We try to recycle items such as milk cartons, toilet paper tubes, paper towel rolls, plastic jar covers, egg cartons when we can and when these items are no longer usable they can be placed into your recycle bin.

Circle Time Activity
Teach & Learn Letters

Preschool Math Activity - count the toys

Teddy Bear Letters

Color The Letters!

Free Download!

Teddy Bear ABC Worksheet

Free ABC Worksheet
Let's Learn Our Letters!

Free Download!

Click Here – Teddy Bear Letters!

Pre Reading Activity – Teaching Letters A...B...C

Print out the page onto copy paper, you will need one page per child.

Have the children color the letters different colors.

Explain to the children that they are going to color the letters different colors

Color Aa green, tell the children that alligator begins with an a and they are going to color the a’s green like an alligator.

Color Bb blue, tell the children that blue begins with the letter b and they are going to color the b’s blue.

Color Cc yellow, tell the children that corn starts with the letter c and they are going to color the c’s yellow like corn.

To begin have them start with one color such as Aa and give them some green crayons and after they are done, have them do the letter Bb and color it blue, and then the letter Cc and color it yellow.

If you find this it too hard for some of the younger preschoolers in your class then use the page as a point page instead. Place the page into a plastic sheet protector (Wal-Mart in the office section) or laminate) and let them color or scribble on it with dry erase markers and point out the letters they are coloring. Oh look, your coloring the letter a, now you’re coloring the letter c, do you know which letter this is? As they are coloring with the dry erase markers you can say something like, can you find the A? Can you find the B? Can you find the C? Help them as needed.




Dragonfly Writing Page, Trace the letter D

Dragonfly Writing Page
Trace The Letter D
Color The Picture


Paper Plate Numbers Activity

Math Activity
How Many Dots?
Learning About Numbers


What’s Missing?
Her Foot
Science Activity

Other areas we focus on in our preschool curriculum would be pre math, pre reading, pre writing and science.

Each month the children will be introduced to three new letters, to help the children learn these new letters they will do a craft with each of the letters, a letter book and trace the letters. Above you see the letter D dragonfly from our May curriculum. The children will be learning the letters Y and Z this month and then the last weeks of the month they will be reviewing different letters from previous months.

In the second picture above is one of our many number activities. This one is focusing on the numbers 0 through 5. The children will put dot stickers into each section of the paper by looking at the number that is in that section.

In the last picture above you will see one of our science activities from our preschool September curriculum. This one is from our all about me lesson plans. Each month that you purchase will include four weeks of lesson plans. Some of our other simple science activities include parts of a fish such as the {head, tail, fins}, other science activities would include sorting nuts and seeds, making popsicles, looking at roots, going on a bug hunt, matching up animals to their shadows and so many other exciting activities!

Our curriculum is sold by the month {or by the year}. Each month includes four weekly themed based lesson plans. Children will be learning about the themes through circle time, singing {no music, words to songs}, interactive rhymes, crafts, pre reading and math activities, science & discovery, large motor, etc.

Children will be using glue, paint, crayons, markers, stickers and other craft items throughout the month. They will be learning how to cut, trace, tell time plus working on pre math, pre reading and science. Some of the simple science projects would be sorting fruit’s and vegetables, growing grass, watching an ant farm and so many other exciting activities!





Yellow Square Craft

Mr. Square Craft


Caterpillar Craft With Paper Plates

Large Caterpillar Craft


Flower Garden Craft

Flower Garden Craft


Art Time For Kids
Having Fun With Paint, Glue & Other Art Materials

Our preschool curriculum program provides a daily art project (craft) for the children to do each day that goes along with that week’s theme.

After circle time we have the children come to the table and sit down to get ready for art time. You can refer to the preschool daily lesson plans to see which craft you will be doing that day, and if you need to print anything out for that day’s craft. If we are going to use glue I place the glue into tiny plastic cups. I have found that the sample size of play dough cans work great for this. I only put a small amount in each child’s cup; just enough for that days project. I then proceed to pass out child sized paint brushes for the young preschool children to use and for the older preschoolers we offer them smaller brushes.

If we are going to paint I make sure each child has some type of paint shirt on. If you do not have enough paint shirts, you can always use an old sweat shirt and cut off the arms. Anything will work.

You will also want some rags ready. We use our old washcloths for paint rags. You may find it works best to keep a wet rag handy for spills or for a child who is done before the others. Or you may want to have a dish pan with a small amount of water in it for the children who finish early can rinse off until they can get into the bathroom to wash up with soap and warm water.

Arts & Crafts For Kids:

Teddy Bear Craft Page - How is teddy feeling today?

Is teddy bear happy or sad?

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Teddy Bear Craft Page

Arts & Crafts For Kids
Is Teddy Bear Happy, Sad, Scared Or Surprised?

Free Download!

Click Here – Teddy Bear Craft {Happy or Sad}!

Make a face for teddy bear.

Print out our free printable craft page

Print out the teddy bear craft onto white copy paper. You will need to print out the teddy bear craft page onto copy paper, you will need one page for each child, or you can use the teddy bear as a pattern and cut out each child one bear from the pattern {first page you printed out}.

Ask the children how they think teddy bear is feeling. Does he look sad? Does he look mad? Or is he smiling to show he’s happy? Do they think he is happy (have everyone show what happy is by smiling and laughing.

Then ask the children if teddy bear was sad how would they know? Would he be smiling? (No, that’s happy) Would he be stamping his feet? (No that’s mad). Would he be crying? (Yes that’s sad) and then have them pretend to be sad by pretending to cry and rub their eyes.

Then ask the children if teddy bear was mad how would they know? Would he be smiling? (no) would he be crying? (No that’s sad). Would he be stamping his feet? (Yes, that’s mad) and then have them pretend to be mad by stamping around their feet around the classroom.

Explain to the children that they can decide how their teddy bear feels today. Have them begin by coloring their teddy bear.

More Craft Ideas: When they are done coloring they can make him a face. Teacher will need to cut out some red circles or ovals for a surprised look, and crescent moon shapes out of red paper for happy or sad faces, depending on how they turn the crescent moon. Cut out some black rectangles for a made look. Provide the children with googley eyes or large buttons for eyes and a black circle for a nose and some glue and let them have fun decorating their bears.




Bird Egg Letter Match Up

Bird Egg Letter Match Up


Baby Chick Bingo

Baby Chick Bingo


Bear Letter Match Up

Bear Letter Match Up


Letter M Pompom Activity

Letter M Pompom Activity


Farm Letter Match Up

Farm Letter Match Up


Letter R Raccoon Writing & Coloring Page

Letter R For Raccoon
Writing & Coloring Page

Preschool Learning Activities: Above are six examples of some of our preschool pre reading activities. These activities are made from easily accessible materials and provide a fun learning experience for the children. Our program also offers other types of learning activities such as worksheets, coloring pages, printable games, puzzles, bug hunt, ant farm, nature walk and other fun ideas. These activities are to teach the children about sharing, numbers, alphabet, shapes, colors and much more! The activities shown above may not be available for the month you are purchasing but similar activities are available for each month.


Shoe Box Numbers

Shoe Box Numbers


Hungry Caterpillars

Feed The Caterpillar


Bear Number Match Up

Bear Number Match Up


Farm Animal Play Dough Mat

Play Dough Number Mat


Preschool Muffin Tin Numbers

Muffin Tin Numbers


Card Number Match Up

Card Number Match Up

Math Activities: Our preschool program also provides hands on math activities. Shown above are six examples of some of different types of fun hands on math activities that you will receive with our program. The activities shown above may not be available for the month you are purchasing but similar activities are available for each month.

Learning Time:

Preschool Math Activity - count the toys

How many toys?

Let's Count The Toys!

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Count the toys - printable page

Learning Time:
How many toys does Ned need to pick up?

Free Download!

Click Here – Count The Toys – Math Cards

Fun hands on math activity for preschool children.

This activity is based upon the circle time game (above) where the children helped Ned pick up his toys. Now the children can have fun counting how many toys Ned still needs to pick up.

Print out the how many toys math printable page onto heavy paper such as white cardstock paper.

For preschool children - you will need some counting chips or circles of paper and write the numbers 1 - 5 onto the chips (one number on each counting chip) and have the children place the counting chips onto the circles on the card. See if they can tell you the numbers on each of the counting chips.

Then have them count the toys, how many toys are in the picture? If there are 3 toys in the picture, they will go down and remove the number 3 counting chip and place it next to the toys in the picture, such as behind the tractor.

To use the clothespins write the numbers 1 - 5 onto the chips {one number on each clothespin}.

Have them match up the clothespins onto each of the numbers on the card. Then see if they can recite the numbers on the card back to you.

Next, have them count the toys. If there are 3 toys have them clip the number 3 clothespin onto the side of the card, such as right behind the tractor.


Plant The Flower

Plant The Sunflower
Sensory Activity


Teddy Bear Pompom Color Game

Teddy Bear Pompoms
Color Game


Hair Scrunches

Hair Scrunches
Fine Motor Activity

Special Activity:

Teddy bear feelings for an all about me theme, teddy bear lacing activity

How Is Teddy Feeling?

Fine Motor Activity

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Teddy Bear Lacing
Printable Page

Special Activity: Teddy Bear Lacing
Fine Motor Activity

Free Download!

Click Here – Teddy Bear Lacing!

Directions:

Print out the page onto heavy paper such as white cardstock paper. You will need a hand held hole punch and punch a few circles around the outside edge of the circle. You will need a thick piece of yarn and you may want to tie one end to one of the holes so the yarn doesn’t get lost. Because with yarn there is always a chance of strangulation be sure the yarn isn’t too long and supervise children with this activity.

To make the yarn like a needle so the children can push it through the holes you will now need tape the other end of the yarn to make it sturdy to use like a needle. Show the children how to lace the yarn through the holes around the seal.

This is a nice eye to hand coordination activity for older preschoolers. Some other activities that offer this skill would be stringing beads, puzzles, cutting, nesting toys, pegs and peg boards (these are just a few) there are many other activities that offer eye to hand coordination.

A lot of 3’s find lacing too hard to do and get frustrated with it. If you find some of the children in your daycare don't like lacing then offer them some straws to stick into the holes instead. Just make sure the holes are not too tight for the straws to go through, if they are too tight just make them a bit bigger. Using the straws is much more fun for most 3 year olds and lacing the cards will be easier as their development skills grow and develop.

Special Activities: Our preschool program also provides special activities for each day. Please view three of our examples above. The first picture the one with the flowers is a fun sensory activity where the children will have fun planting fake flowers. The next picture shown above shows is a cute teddy bear from our January preschool curriculum. The teddy bear is a fun color game for the children to play. And the last picture shows an activity of putting hair scrunches onto a card board base.

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