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Lucky Charms Challenge: Eating and Crafting with Lucky Charms

It's the Lucky Charms challenge: what to make and eat this St. Patrick's Day with your kids.
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The Lucky Charms Challenge

St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and so why not see what our minds could dream up: it's the first annual Lucky Charms Challenge!

The Lucky Charms Challenge for St. Patrick's Day

Amy, Erica, Shannon, and I each picked a craft or treat with the sugared cereal champion. If you're looking for a St. Patrick's Day party idea for your kid's school I think we got you covered!

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