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Making A Sunflower Bouquet Puzzle Details:

About: In this fun new game we're making an a sunflower bouquet. We've got some freshly picked flowers, a piece of string and a scissor. What else do we need to put together a beautiful bouquet? If you didn't know, sunflowers originate in the Americas. In the 16th century the first crop breeds were brought from America to Europe by explorers.

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