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SOS Africa Mafikeng Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project

14 May 2018

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project

This was a delicious and nutritious craft project! The children each chose a fruit or vegetable and decorated a paper plate and then wrote on the back to describe it. Get ready for some mouth-wateringly funny descriptions... 

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project - Ofentse's Orange

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project - Angela's Lemon

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project - Oleb's Potato

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Children's Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project - Rorisang's Paw Paw

We hope you enjoyed our fruit and veg project and that it inspires you to eat ALL your fruit and veg everyday.

SOS Africa Charity Children's Blog - Fruit and Vegetable Craft Project

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