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Hi %recipient.firstname%,


Happy New Year everybody! I wish you peace, health, and lots of success in everything you do.


I would like to show you two ways of representing an igloo without using snow. The first one is an igloo made of Magic Nuudles®. These are small, non-toxic "bricks" made of corn starch.

In my video, I show how to assemble the magic noodles to make an igloo that won't melt.



Another way to make an igloo, is using small marshmallows, the kind that tastes so good in hot chocolate.

In this video, I used a paper or plastic bowl for the structure of the igloo.



Because you are a Pro

In the last week of last year, we published: a mandala, a maze, a pre-writing exercise, a directed colouring exercise with additions and subtractions, a colouring page with a snowman, a sudoku, a connect-the-dots picture, and an addition exercise.

Mandala 103 Sledding Maze
Pre-writing 52 Airplane (math and colouring) Snowman 2
Shoes Sudoku Mittens Addition #5

All these printables are included with a Pro membership.


Here are some of our printables with an igloo theme.

As a New Year's gift to you, one of these printables is free for a limited time!

Igloo (connect the dots) Penguin and Igloo Maze Igloo (differences) Igloo


Have a great week!



And here is a nice quote to start the new year:



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