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Using hands-on activities as part of the learning experience will help to solidify concepts in learners. For your young child practicing their letters, use this T is for Tree Craft from All About Learning!
All you need to do is print out all of the materials, cut out the pieces or help your child cut them out (practice cutting skills!) You will need colored paper/cardstock, scissors, and glue. Once your child builds the craft, they should end up with a lowercase t tree plus apples!
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