Kids can take a peek into the future with 15 colorful origami fortune tellers. Also known asscrunchies and chatterboxes, these paper toys are pre-printed, perforated, and easy to fold. They're great for playdates, sleepovers, birthday parties, and camp as well as for keeping kids amused in ca... read more
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Kids can take a peek into the future with 15 colorful origami fortune tellers. Also known asscrunchies and chatterboxes, these paper toys are pre-printed, perforated, and easy to fold. They're great for playdates, sleepovers, birthday parties, and camp as well as for keeping kids amused in cars, planes, trains, and elsewhere. Themes include Vacation Destination ("A celebrity takes you to Hollywood!"), Outer Space ("You get a text from an alien!"), Music Mania ("Your song becomes a #1 hit!"), and Gross Stuff ("A mouse runs across your pillow!"). Children can chart their own destinies with three fill-in-the-blanks fortune tellers that allow them to personalize their predictions.
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