5.) Free Holiday & Celebration Activity Guides & Lesson Plans

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New Year's Eve:

- Fun Questions to Ask your Kids (A Good Way to Reflect and Look Back) from Emmy Mom -here!

- Download the New Year's Pack from 3Dinosaurs - There are over 50 pages for kids aged 2-7 -here!

- Download the New Year's Pack for Preschoolers Via Best Toys 4 Toddlers -here!

 

 

New Year Glasses and Writing Freebie from A Dab of Glue Will Do -here!


- Make a Cute Countdown Clock via The Pinterested Parent

 

 

- DIY Fireworks Ring Courtesy of Fantastic Fun and Learning -here!

 

- Make a Fireworks Wand! Courtesy of Fantastic Fun and Learning -here!

 

- Dish Brush Fireworks! Credit: Sassy Dealz

 

- Make Fireworks out of Popsicle Sticks: Credit: Glued To My Crafts Blog:

 

- Try Making Fireworks out of Styrofoam Cups! Credit: Glued To My Crafts Blog:

 

- Try Making Blown Fireworks! Credit: My Kids Adventures:

 

-Did You Know that the Confetti that Rains Down on People in Time's Square on New Year's Eve is Filled with Wishes?! Credit: Aby Sam Thomas for Untapped Cities. Read More -here!
Then Make Your Own Wishing Wall! Find Out How: -here!
Submit a Digital Wish! - -here!

 

- Make a Wishing Tree - Courtesy of No Time for Flashcards. Find Out How -here!

 

- Make a Family Wishing Star Courtesy of No Time for Flashcards

 

- Make a Memory Jar - Courtesy of Learning and Exploring Through Play. Find Out More-here!

 

- Another Memory Jar - Courtesy of Stellaire Blog -here!

 

- Make a Memory String Craft to Finish up the Year. Credit: I Heart Crafty Things. -here!

 

- New Year's Eve Handprint Keepsake Credit: I Heart Crafty Things:

 

- Another Version: Courtesy of Kids Craft:

 

- How About a NYE Footprint Keepsake Courtesy of Kids Craft:

 

- Take a Look Back Later with This Cute Hand and Foot Craft!:



- Handprint Fireworks via Glued to My Crafts Blog !:

 



- NYE 'Disco' Ball Credit Kids Craft: -here!

 

 

- Try this Disco Ball Piñata Courtesy of TikKido -here!

 

- DIY Dollar Store Balloon Drop in Five Easy Steps Courtesy of Miss Mae's Days
-here!

 

- Find Out How to Make these Cute Party Hats Courtesy of The Girl Inspired -here!

 

- More Party Hats via Cathie Filian Blog -here!

 

 

 

If You Are Going to Have Party Hats - You Must Also Have Party Glasses! Try These Cute Glasses from Green Owl Art -here!

 

New Year's Pipe Clearner Crown and Headband! -here!

 


- Find Out How to Make these Golden Noise Makers Courtesy of Mom Unleashed -here!

 

- Paper Plate Noise Makers Courtesy of Mom Unleashed -here!

 

- More DIY Recycled Shakers and Noise Makers! Thanks to Teach Mama -here!

 

- Another Version of the Paper Plate Noise Makers Courtesy of Christianity Cove -here!

 

- Cute and Quick NYE Crafts via Cathie Filian Blog
-here!

 

- Cathy James at Nurture Store UK Has a Great Idea for Resolutions with Kids: Word of the Year Cards! -here!

 

- Simple Confetti Poppers! Credit Persia Lou -here!

 

- Simple Paper Tube Poppers! Courtesy of Smashed Peas and Carrots-here!

 

- Make Paper Fortune Cookies Courtesy of Feels Like Home Blog-here!

 

- Make Paper Lanterns Courtesy of Inner Child Fun -here!


-- Happy New Year Dance Song for Kids!

 

-- New Year Song for Chilldren from The Kiboomers!

 

-- Happy New Year - English Nursery Rhymes for Kids

 

-- Months of the Year Song

 

-- 12 Months by Nancy Kopman

 

-- Months of the Year Song - Nursery Rhymes

 

-- Happy New Year - A Learning Song

 

-- New Year's Day Song - English Language Games

 

-- Happy New Year Song (na, na, na, na, na)

 

-- HAPPY NEW YEAR - The Fantastikids, English Child Choir

 

Fourth of July Activities:

- Download the Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt -here!

- Download the Fourth of July Color the Flag Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Red, White and Blue Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Parade Coloring Page -here!

- You Can Find Fourth of July Bingo and Fill in the USA Map - here!

- You Can Find Download a FREE Fourth of July Printables Pack - here!


- Kids Can Learn about the Government with Ben's Guide to Government - Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government,  is designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government. It is our hope that Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government fulfills that role with games and other learning adventures. (Click the Image of Ben Below)



- DLTK has a wonderful variety of FREE Fourth of July and USA Printables - - here!


- Download the Uncle Sam Hat Coloring/Craft - -here!

- Download the Statue of Liberty Crown - -here!

- Download the Pledge of Allegiance Coloring Sheet - -here!

- Download the Easy Fourth of July Activity Sheets - -here!

- Download the Advanced Fourth of July Activity Sheets - -here!

- Download the Patriotic Bingo Game - -here! There are 14 difference cards & a page that includes the little cards that you draw. Regular paper works, but card stock would hold up better for multiple games. Great for kids or adults!

- Download Patriotic Trivia Cards - -here! NOTE: The answers are at the bottom of each card.

- Download Patriotic Trivia Cards Set 2 - -here! NOTE: The answers are at the bottom of each card.

- How Many Can You Find with this Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt - -here!

- How Many Can You Find with this third Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt - -here!

- Download the USA Coloring Page - -here! Note: the file is in jpg format - just download and print.

 

 

 #911 National Day of Service and Remembrance:

In honor of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance, we encourage friends, neighbors, classrooms, churches, and other community organizations to plan their own service project, one that matches their interests, availability, and needs of their community.

- Create a project and register it on - NationalService.gov/911Day

- Find a volunteer opportunity using the same link above and search for volunteer opportunities in your area.

- Share your service story and use #911Day on social media

- Download the About 911 Day flyer with key messages -here!

- Download the 911 Day projects flyer -here!

- Here are sample 911 Day Proclamations:

- Sample proclamation - Governor -here!

- Sample proclamation - City/County Official -here!

- Download the 911 Day social media toolkit -here!

- Download the 911 day press release template -here!

- Download the 911 Day media advisory template -here!

- #911Day social media graphics and web banners can be downloaded -here!

- Download the 911 Day social media tip sheet -here!

- Download the participation guide for non-profits, faith groups, and other organizations -here!

- Download the participation guide for employers -here!

- Download the 911 day Teacher Guide for Grades K-12 -here!

- Download the 911 day Teacher Guide on How to Teach 9/11 to children with little or more memory of the tragedy -here!

- Download the 911 day Parent Fact Sheet and Permission Forms (for certain good deed projects)-here!

- Download the 911 day Good Deads project list-here!

- Teach Empathy with the Ashoka Foundation for K-8-here!

- Teach Empathy with the Ashoka Foundation for middle school to college -here!

- Tribute to First Responders project ideas for K-8-here!

- Hallway of Heroes - Lesson plan for K-8 to learn about 9/11 and local heroes-here!

- September is National Hunger Action Month - teach students about the problems of hunger in America-here!

- NYLC (National Youth Leadership Council) facilitators's guide for advanced service learning in the classroom - middle school, high school and college levels -here!

- NYLC (National Youth Leadership Council) student's guide for advanced service learning in the classroom - middle school, high school and college levels -here!

- Higher education 9/11 day educator's toolkit -here!

- Dispelling myths about Military Veterans fact sheet -here!

- Good Deeds for October-here!

- Good Deeds for December -here!

- Good Deeds for January -here!

- Good Deeds for February -here!

- Good Deeds for March -here!

- Good Deeds for April -here!

- Good Deeds for May -here!

- Good Deeds for June -here!

   

Bullying Prevention:

October is Bullying Prevention Month

- You can find information on Bullying Laws across America - here!

- You can find Sexting Laws across America - here!

- Download the Top Ten Livestreaming Tips for Teens -here!

- Download the Stand up to Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Teens -here!

- Download the Responding to Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Educators -here!

- Preventing Cyberbullying: Top Ten Tips for Educators -here!

- Download the Teen Sexting Guide for Educators and Parents -here!

- Sexting Advice for Teens -here!

- Developing a Positive School Climate: Top Ten Tips to Prevent Bullying/Cyberbullying -here!

- A list of Cyberbullying Warning Signs -here!

- Cyberbullying Fact Sheet: Identification, Prevention and Response Guide -here!

- Cyberbullying Research Activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Crossword Activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Laws activity sheet -here!

- Cyberbullying Word Find activity -here!

- Cyberbullying Word Trace activity -here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment word find-here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment crossword-here!

- Talking to Youth about Internet Harassment word scramble-here!

- Internet Slang Website -here!

- Connecting with Students Online: Issues to Consider when Educators "Friend" Students-here!

- Cyberbullying Tracking Form-here!

- Cyberbullying Scripts for Parents to promote dialog and discussion-here!

- Safe and Responsible Social Networking: Strategies for Keeping Yourself Safe Online-here!

- The Bullying Prevention Training Center can be found - here!

- Youth Engagement Toolkit-here!

- Youth Leaders' Tooklit-here!

- Super Teacher Worksheets has a variety of resources that can be downloaded-here!

 

Digital Citizenship Week:

Digital Citizenship Week is October 14-18, 2019


* Digital citizenship refers to the responsible use of technology by anyone who uses computers, the Internet, and digital devices to engage with society on any level.

* Backed by research. Inspired by real life. Designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education -- and guided by research with thousands of educators -- each digital citizenship lesson takes on real challenges and digital dilemmas that students face today, giving them the skills they need to succeed as digital learners, leaders, and citizens tomorrow. You can read more about Common Sense and the AWARD Winning K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum -here! Image Credit: Young Clergy Women International

 

Start Your Digital Citizenship Week off with Common Sense Education's Video -here! After the video - there is accompanying activities below the video for elementary through high school

- Be Internet Awesome teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence. Download tips on Being Internet Awesome -here!


- Download the Be Internet Awesome Pledge-here!

- You can Download the FULL Be Internet Awesome Curriculum -here!

- Download the Be Internet Awesome Family Guide in English -here!

- Download the Be Internet Awesome Family Guide in Spanish -here!

- Download the Be Internet Awesome Quick Tip Guide-here!

- Help the Family Create Healthy Digital Habits. Whether your children are younger or in their teens, the Family Link app lets you set digital ground rules to help guide them as they learn, play, and explore online. Learn More - here!

Internaut Papercraft Activity: Internauts come off the screen and into real life with this fun and hands-on paper activity. -here!

- Download the Digital Wellbeing Family Guide-here!

- Download Digital Citizenship Activities PDF for Ten Ideas to Encourage Appropriate Technology Use Among Students -here!

- Download A Parents' Guide to Student Data Privacy -here!

- Download Protecting Student Privacy on Social Media: Do's and Don'ts for Teachers Infographic Poster -here!

- Download Legit-O-Meter Poster to challenge MS and HS students to take news literacy to the next level with these rules for identifying "legit" content.
-here!

- Download Deceptive Detective Poster to Help your elementary students start to build their crucial news- and media- literacy skills by learning how to critique and analyze media with these key questions.
-here!

- Download the Fake or Real? Poster. Can your students tell the difference between fact and fiction? Use this poster to help identify some of those red flags and promote critical thinking when consuming news and other content online.
-here!

- Download Are We Using Devices Now? Poster. Those of you who use devices in your classroom are probably very familiar with the daily question, “Are we using devices now?” One way to tackle that refrain is to have a visual cue for the answer in your classroom! Set expectations using this poster with your students, and use the suggestions to begin a group conversation about what each color means in your class's own words. Get as clever or as descriptive as you need! -here!

- Download the Top 10 Things To Think About Before You Post Poster in English -here! and the Spanish Poster -here! or have Students Make Their Own Top 10 Things to Think Poster -here!
- Oversharing: Think Before You Post video goes along with the poster. Find the video -here!

- Download the Pause & Think Lyrical Posters -here The Pause & Think Online Song is - here and the FULL Lesson Plan that accompanies the Pause & Think song can be found - here!This amazing resource includes lesson slides, sheet music, handout, coloring book, family activity and family engagement resources.

- Free, grades K-2 Digital Citizenship Curriculum (complete with videos, lesson plans, slides and more!) -here!

- Free, grades 3-5 Digital Citizenship Curriculum (complete with videos, lesson plans, slides and more!) -here!

- Free, grades 6-8 Digital Citizenship Curriculum (complete with videos, lesson plans, slides and more!) -here!

- Free, grades 9-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum (complete with videos, lesson plans, slides and more!) -here!

- Download the All Digital Citizens Poster -here!

- Download the Should I Share Poster for MS and HS Classrooms -here!

- Download the Digital Citizens Pledge -here!

- Download the Device Care & Maintenance Poster for Elementary Students -here!

- Download the Device Care & Maintenance Poster for Middle School and High School Students -here!

- Find a variety of Digital Citizenship Best Practices Videos -here!

- Learn to be a Super Digital Citizen in THREE Easy Steps -here!

- Interested in Digital Citizenship Case Studies? Find those -here!

Girls, Boys and Media: A Gender and Digital Life Toolkit for Schools aims to help students reflect on gender stereotypes: where they come from, how we learn from them, and how they can shape the media that we consume and create. The toolkit is -here!
- Kids will Enjoy Playing Interland! Interland is an online adventure that puts the key lessons of digital safety into hands-on practice with four challenging games (Click on the Robot Guy to be directed to Interland)

 

- Common Sense Education: Learn the fundamentals of digital citizenship through our award-winning, animated, choose-your-own-path interactive experiences, designed for grades 6-8. Invite students to explore digital dilemmas, make good (and not-so-good) decisions, and try out possible solutions through stories and mini-games – all without risking their real-world reputations. Discover how Common Sense Education’s award-winning digital literacy and citizenship curriculum seamlessly integrates into blended-learning environments.Click the image to be taken to Digital Compass

 

Halloween:

- Download the Black Cat Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download the Bat Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download the Scary Face Flashlight Cover -here!

- Download Halloween Jokes -here!

- Download Another Sheet of Halloween Jokes -here!

- Dress Up a Halloweenie Boy -here!

- Dress Up a Halloweenie Girl -here!

- Download Boo Glassesl -here!

- Download 'Broom Onlyl' Parking Sign -here!

- Download 'Enter at Your Own Riskl' Parking Sign -here!

- Download the Halloween Fact Sheet -here!

- Download the Ghost Word Search -here!

- Download the Witch Word Search -here!

- Download the Halloween Word Jumble -here!

- Download the Halloween Maze and Get the Witch to the Cauldron! -here!

- Now Get the Witch to the Haunted House Maze! -here!

- Help the Werewolf Get to the Moon! -here!

- Download Ghost Maze and Get the Ghosts to the Haunted House! -here!

- Get the Black Cat to the Haunted House in This Maze! -here!

- Get the Kids to the Candy Maze! -here!

- Help the Kids Escape the Ghosts Maze -here!

- Get the Spider to the Web Maze -here!

- Download the Halloween Memory Game -here!

- Download the Halloween Match Game -here!

- Download the Halloween Bingo Game -here!

- Play Some Halloween Jeopardy -here!

- Download the Scary Pumpking Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Pumpkin Pail Candy Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Trick or Treat Bag Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Trick or Treat Costumed Kids Coloring Page -here!

- Download and Color the Happy Halloween Sheet -here!

- Download the Three Jack O' Lanterns Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Jack O' Lanterns Fence Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Friendly Vampire Coloring Page -here!

- Download the Witch Coloring Page -here!

- Download and Color the Friendly Witch -here!

- Download and Color the Witch Broom -here!

- Download the Franken-Moon Coloring Page -here!

- Make Bat Finger Puppets -here!

- Make Ghost Finger Puppets -here!

- Make Monster Finger Puppets -here!

- Download the Skeleton Worksheet - Cut the Skeleton Out -here!

- Invite People for a Pumpkin Carving Party -here!



- Make These Craft Stick Spiders - Credit: Making of a Mom & Stefanie



- Paper Plate Spiders Courtesy of No Wooden Spoons and Craft Fiesta



- Make These Scary Cute Foam Ball Spiders- Credit: Parents Magazine and Amanda Kingloff -here!



- Jello Monsters - Credit: Jello & Lyuba with Will Cook for Smiles -here!



- Pumpkin Shaped Buckeyes - Credit: Camilla the Gorilla Blog -here!

 


- Pasta Pumpkins Courtesy of Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas -here!



- Fruit Loop Pumpkin Patch Courtesy of Fruit Loops. Download the Template - here!




-Spooky Pipe Cleaner Trees - Credit: Jessica Petersen and Play Trains! -here!

 


-Water Bottle Haunted Houses- Credit: Our Kids Things -here!

 


-DIY Angry Looking Haunted Castle- Credit: Crafts by Byria -here!


Or Watch the Video How-To
 

 

-27+ DIY Kids Halloween Costumes via Not So Idle Hands - -here!


 

Paper Roll Bats- Credit: Crafty Morning

 

- Make These Scary Adorable Coffee Filter Bats - Credit: Darcy and Brian -here!




- Another Version of Coffee Filter Bats - Credit: Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas -here!



-Two More Bat Crafts Credit: Bobbie Lee - It's Me, Bobby Lee...Crafting -here!

 


 


- Coffee Filter Lollipop Ghosts from Buzzfeed and Homeroom Mom - Note: You Can Replace the Coffee Filter with Tissues Instead

 


- Intact Paper Roll Ghosts from The Chirping Moms -

 


- Paper Plate Ghost from Wayne Wonder -

 

 

- Paper Roll Mummies- Credit: Glue Sticks and Gum Drops -here!



Or Watch the Video How-To





Thanksgiving:

- Keep the Toddlers Busy with the Feed the Turkey Fine Motor Activity from Susie at Busy Toddler -here!

 


- Do the Turkey Trot! Via Stacy at Things to Share and Remember -here!

 

 

- Scrap Paper Turkey via The Pinterested Parent

 

 

- Handprint Mayflower from TippyToe

 

 

- Paper Plate Boat via Kids Activities Blog

 

 

- Pipe Cleaner Turkey Tracks via Fun A Day

 

 

- Egg Carton Turkeys via Living Well Mom

 

 

- Cornucopia Thankful Pictures from TLC Family Dayhome Daycare

 

 

- Bottle Cap Turkey Puppet via The Joy of Sharing -here!


 

 

-Easy Turkey Headbands- Credit: Kidney-Garden Blog & Michaele Sommerville -here!



 

 

- Fork Painted Turkey- Credit: I Heart Arts and Crafts & Jackie Cravener

 

 

- Handprint Turkeys- Credit: Warm Winter Wishes

 

 

- Easy Pinecone- Credit: Kidney-Garden Blog & Michaele Sommerville -here!



 

 

- Bust the Tryptophan Myth. Does the Tryptophan in Turkey Make You Drowsy? Bytesize Science Debunks a Thanksgiving Myth - Watch the Video Below from Bytesize Science



- Kids History Channel: The First Thanksgiving Short Video

 


Thanksgiving Music for Preschool:


- Powwow, By Jack Hartman


 


- Get Funky with Tommy the Turkey, By Jack Hartmann


 


- A Turkey Dance, By The Learning Station



- Little Pilgrim, By The Learning Station



- Five Little Turkeys, By The Learning Station



- Ten Little Turkeys, By The Learning Station



- Thanksgiving Feast, By The Learning Station



- Turkey Dance Freeze, By The Learning Station


 


- Albuquerque Turkey, By The Learning Station



- Thanksgiving Day, By Mother Goose Club



- Do the Turkey Hop, by Kiboomu



- Turkey Song, by Kiboomu



- Turkey Hokey Pokey, By The Kiboomers


 


- Thanksgiving is a Wonderful Thing, By The Kiboomers



- Thanksgiving Dinner, By The Kiboomers


 


- If You're Thankful and You Know It, By The Kiboomers


 


- Turkey in the Straw, By The Kiboomers



- Five Fat Turkeys, By The Kiboomers








Christmas Activities:

- Make a Handprint Salt Dough Santa Ornament - Credit: Easy Peasy Fun -here!

 

- Adorable Wood Slice Santa Ornaments! Via Country Chic Cottage

 

- Make this Bow Tie Noodle Wreath! Courtesy of Crafty Morning!


- Make this Dish Brush Wreath! Courtesy of Crafty Morning

 

- Make this Peppermint Candy Wreath Door Hanger Courtesy of Modern Parents Messy Kids. -here!

 

- Find Out How to Make these Christmas Tree Sponges. Credit: Pink Stripey Socks -here!

 

- Adorable Cork and Button Christmas Trees - Via Our Kid Things

 

- Make Christmas Glitter Sticks! Credit: Kiddie Matters

 

- Make a Miniature Elf World! Via Adventures and Play

 

- Make an Adorable Wooden Peg Doll Angel Courtesy of Rainy Day Mum -here!

 

 

Hanukkah:

- Draw a Flame for Each Night of Hanukkah and Color -here!

- Color by Number Hanukkah Stained Glass -here!

- Color Dreidel and Star of David -here!

- Hanukkah Word Search -here!

- Hanukkah Madlibs for Kids -here!

- Download the 8 days of Hanukkah -here!

- Download the Torah Question Worksheet with Answer Key -here!

- Download the Menorah Math and Reading Practice -here!

- Download the Hanukkah Multiplication and Division Worksheet -here!

- Download the Kiddush Cup Math Worksheet a -here!

- Download the 'Make It Last' Writing Prompt -here!

- Use This Worksheet to Learn More About Hanukkah and the Festival of Lights -here!

- Busy Teacher has 17 Worksheets to Be Downloaded Free -here!

- Super Teacher has a lot of Hanukkah Puzzles, Word Searches, Worksheets and More -here!

- Celebrating Hanukkah Fun Multiple Choice Worksheet -here!

- Celebrating Hanukkah Free Response and Writing Activity Worksheet -here!

- Make Your Own Dreidel with this Printable -here!

- Learn How to Play Dreidel Courtesy of My Jewish Learning -here!

- Make Your Own Personalized Hanukkah Bookmarks for Free -here!

- Make Your Own Personalized Hanukkah (or for Any Occassion) Coupon Books for Free -here!


- Laced Hanukkah Card Via Better Homes & Gardens -here!

 

 

- Kid Friendly Dreidel Garland Via HGTV -here!

 

 

- Beautiful Stained Glass for a Simple Menorah by Diane Gilleland and Makezine.com -here!

 

 

- Paper Plate and Clothespin Menorah Courtesy of Pleasantest Thing and Simply Play Ideas

 

- Masking Tape Menorah Courtesy of Simply Play Ideas


 

 

- Another Masking Tape Menorah Courtesy of Simply Play Ideas


 

- Pasta Menorah Courtesy of Susan Saffod (image credit) and Gwyn McAllister via MVTimes -here!


 

- Cereal Menorah Courtesy of Kix Cereal -here!


 

- Popsicle Stick Menorahs via Creative Jewish Mom -here!



- Another Set of Popsicle Stick Menorahs via Creative Jewish Mom -here!



- Pipe Cleaner Menorahs via Joyful Jewish & Kathryn -here!



- Hanukkah Suncatcher -here!



- Another Hanukkah Suncatcher -here!



- Stained Glass Window Craft -here!



- Flip a Cardboard Latke Craft Courtesy of Kathryn and Joyful Jewish Blog -here!



- Use Mardi Gras Beads to Make this Star of David by of Theresa Johnston and Activities for Kids -here!



- Beaded Piple Cleaner Star of David by Punktorah -here!



- Fold a Dollar Bill into an Origami Star of David -here!



- Recycled Tzedakah Box by Punktorah -here!



 

 






 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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