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When Little Hands Create Important Things

Three of our littlest people had a lovely time playing with little creatures in the sensory tub.

One of them suggested building a house for the little creatures and the others eagerly accepted the idea!

“We need to protect them!”, they exclaimed to each other.

The little hands of three friends joined in the creation of the house for little snakes and frogs began!

No words were used as they worked, but their little hands had a very special language and by moving pieces of sticks, rocks and leaves they communicated very fluently, and each hand knew exactly where to move the chosen object. The little hands were working on a common goal!

A very special house created for the frogs and snakes by three very thoughtful friends!

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