How Many Animals and Mythological Creatures Can You Find?
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Summary A companion activity to the book Kuan Yin: The Princess Who Became the Goddess of Compassion, this printout depicts a scene from the book and challenges children to find all of the animals represented in clothing, jewelry, furniture, and decorations.
Age Range Primary/Elementary School (ages 5-12)
Uploaded by Maya van der MeerDownload
A companion activity to the book Kuan Yin: The Princess Who Became the Goddess of Compassion, this printout depicts a scene from the book and challenges children to find all of the animals represented in clothing, jewelry, furniture, and decorations.
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