Log Slices

Log Slices

Log slices of all sizes make amazingly versatile loose parts. Anastasia will haul them, one at a time, from one end of the room to the other and then stack them as high as she can reach. Enes will try to roll them down the slide, sighing with frustration when they flop on their side and giggling with glee when they roll all the way down. Delphine will paint them with faces of her classmates and then attach bodies she built from cardboard.

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