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Fun and Games Archive

Fun and Games Archive Sponsored by Imaginon, a child-centered activity place created by North Carolina's Charlotte and Mecklenburg County Public Library, this is a huge pot-pourri of interactive activities related to children's literature and more. It is a garden of earthly delights, but one that
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Fun and Games Archive


Sponsored by Imaginon, a child-centered activity place created by North Carolina's Charlotte and Mecklenburg County Public Library, this is a huge pot-pourri of interactive activities related to children's literature and more. It is a garden of earthly delights, but one that teachers will want to preview in order to pick the best of the assortment.

Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenberg County / Children's Theater of Charlotte

• Lesson Plans • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Elementary School

Bonita Layson

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