Debbie Tuiomanufili

Debbie Tuiomanufili

Debbie Tuiomanufili
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Crispy Sesame Chicken with a Sticky Asian Sauce - tastier than that naughty takeaway!

Crispy Sesame Chicken with a Sticky Asian Sauce - tastier than that naughty takeaway! I'll try it next time with stir fry veg

PLANTER BOX Sturdy and durable planter boxes with lining to retain soil and plants. If you are planning to place potted plants inside we can leave the liner out and the pots will sit on the base of the planter. Dimensions: 900L x 300W x 600H (Inside base depth 300) Finishes: applied as prior to assembly. - Natural Bare wood (recommended indoor use only) - Walnut stain - Cedar stain Note: colours may vary from the photographs taken on etsy and in real life. Custom orders accepted: Please...

FREESTANDING PRIVACY SCREEN Divide an area, create privacy from neighbours or use for plants to grow on, our privacy screen is modern and can be customisable to suit your space. Dimensions: Maximum: high x wide Finish: Pine with cedar or walnu

The Best, Fudgy ONE BOWL Cocoa Brownies! A special addition gives these brownies a super fudgy centre without losing that crispy, crackly top! | http://cafedelites.com

The Best, Fudgy ONE BOWL Cocoa Brownies! A special addition gives these brownies a super fudgy centre without losing that crispy, crackly top!

My Dad Rocks | DIY Fathers Day Gifts from Kids

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! My Dad Rocks

How to set up the blocks center in your early childhood classroom (with ideas, tips, and book list) plus block center freebies

Having a blocks center in a Early Childhood Classroom can help them learn in many different way. You can incorporate reading and math with something that is fun for them so it makes it easier for them to learn.

How to set up your dramatic play center in your preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten classroom.

Pin 8 - Dramatic play is crucial in early childhood settings as it allows children to carry out play and socialise with others whilst performing roles of people they have had relationships with e. doctors, nurses, teachers etc.