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Monday, July 1st, 2013

Awesome Summer Activity: Explorer Journal

Awesome Summer Activity: Explorer Journal/ © childreninspiredesign

I loved this journal from one of my favorite shops: Children Inspire Design. You can buy one through them or craft your own with a fun cover together with your kids. Let it be their summer journal to record whatever their heart desires, both big adventures and small.

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