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Here’s our little masterpiece Download word for free for windows 7. We have a row for Eating Dinner, Afternoon Nap, and Good Playtime. When the kids collect eight stickers in one row, they get a little reward. A piece of chocolate for eating dinner, a book for sleeping, and a toy car for playing well anki download for free.
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Since we started, it’s all very novel and exciting. But I’ll let you know how it goes!