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One Question a Day for Kids: A Three-Year JournalCreate Your Own Personal Time Capsule

One Question a Day for Kids: A Three-Year JournalCreate Your Own Personal Time Capsule by Aimee Chase, ISBN: 9781250166517
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ISBN: 9781250166517
Publisher: Castle Point Books
Published: November 2017
Format: Hardcover
Language: English

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One Question a Day for Kids: A Three-Year JournalCreate Your Own Personal Time Capsule

One Question a Day for Kids is a guided journal with fun and thoughtful questions for each day of the year. By answering the same question every day for three years, children will be able to see how their thoughts, creativity, and even handwriting changes from year to year. Prompts are short and sweet, allowing kids to answer as concisely (or elaborately) as they want. Questions include: If you could have a super power, what would it be? What's the grossest thing you've ever seen? Which of your friends do you trust the most? What's one thing your parents don't know about you? Rate your teachers from favorite to least favorite.

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