Minibeasts Split Pin Characters

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Minibeasts Split Pin Characters - split pin, pin, minibeasts, minibeast,  knowledge and understanding of the world, investigation, living things, snail, bee, caterpillar, ladybird, butterfly, making a split pin, moving, puppet, activity, creativity

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  • , rated this resource Aug 26th
  • brillinat idea

    , Jul 1st
  • love it!

    , Oct 30th
  • To add to our invertebrate notebook. Thank you

    , Aug 4th
  • to make with the children and use as part of our small world display in our 2-3 room

    , Jul 10th
    • Hi JenHHCC,
      Sounds great! Thank you for commenting! :)

      , Jul 10th
  • Will be using them assembled to decorate our bug hotel :)

    , May 27th
    • What a lovely idea! Thanks for sharing, CylchMeithrinLF :)

      , May 27th
  • Use within my critters theme

    , May 27th
  • craft afternoon on a rainy day

    , May 15th
  • Brill for use at after schools club

    , Apr 28th
  • I love this idea. But I can't use it (not a gold member) bhoo hoo.

    , Apr 29th
A fun activity, allowing your children to make their own split pin minibeasts!
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