Split Pin (Pets)

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Split Pin (Pets) - split pin, pets, cat, dog, hamster, rabbit, guinea pig, split pin, split, pin, moving, puppet, character

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  • Great for scissor skills and fits in with our Pets topic.

    , Mar 13th
  • Super!

    , Oct 20th
  • I plan to use this with a non-verbal child to teach gentleness to his pet dog.

    , Feb 17th
  • Looking for a pug to relate to "Pig the Pug' but this is the closest i could find!

    , Sep 22nd
    • Hi JessicaAnneNourse,
      Thank you for commenting! I'll ask our resource team about the possibility of making a resource for 'Pig the Pug' for you :)

      , Sep 22nd
  • School puppet show

    , Feb 16th
  • using these for at home activities with my own children and some of thier friends.

    , Jan 22nd
  • reception class

    , Jan 8th
  • I will be uing these as part of our animal theme at the nursery that i work at

    , Jul 23rd
A fun activity, allowing your children to make their own split pin pets!
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