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Vicki Winnes

Published On: Mar 01 2012 08:51:29 AM CST
Updated On: Mar 01 2012 08:52:19 AM CST

Phone number: 608-963-0159

E-mail: vwinnes@sdwd.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

Fingerpaint, playdough, paintbrushes, Duplo Legos, small Lego table,

puppets, farm/dinosaur/figurine playsets, doll house, small toy cars,

dramatic play furniture (kitchen set, workbench, etc.), dress-up clothes,

plastic food, toy cash register, wooden puzzles, plastic babies/dolls,

child-size camping chairs, play instruments, children's microscope,

vinyl beanbag chairs, playground balls, Nerf/foam balls

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