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Milli Measure

Posted on: January 18, 2012

So this week is M week at the kids’ preschool.  Miss G is practicing writing her upper and lower case M, and both kids are learning about words and sounds that begin with M.  I decided to find something G loved with M so I chose Milli Measure from Team Umizoomi on Nick Jr.  She is made of whole wheat tortillas and fruit leather for her face & hair. Inside was faux turkey veggie slices and faux cheese.  I also added the M on her hat.  The pink sheep container is filled with sliced kiwi and next to it is a pick of pineapple slices and blueberries.  She also had a small container of corn chips and an ice water with her lunch.

Little A had a scalloped tortilla sandwich with the same faux turkey & cheese and a fruit leather dot on top.  Above that are snap pea crisps.  On the left are pineapple chunks and blueberries.  She also had an applesauce and ice water with her lunch.

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