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Graham Cracker Log Cabins

Talk with the children about Abraham Lincoln. Tell them about his childhood in a log cabin and his love of books. Divide the children into small groups and give each group graham crackers and peanut butter and ask them to decide how they might use these two things to build a miniature log cabin. Each group seems to go about the task in a different way!

 

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Monday, 15 February 2010
Graham Cracker Log Cabins Talk with the children about Abraham Lincoln. Tell them about his childhood in a log cabin and his love of books. Divide...

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