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We love this illustration helping us to read our tea leaves - we then searched online to find someone to help us read them: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=340402796042805=a.111054462310974.19055.105908009492286=1

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Cootie Catcher Bowl

fortune teller cootie catcher directions

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Fold these free "fortune tellers" into social skills games for conversation, etc. Six different varieties.

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Fortune tellers, cootie catchers, whatever you called them!

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Fun Fortune Teller | Elf on the Shelf Ideas

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Chinese Fortune Teller – Try This Teaching

Celebrate Chinese New Year by making and sharing these fun fortune cookies

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https://flic.kr/p/N575Se | Nelson A Primus - The Fortune Teller [1898] | In 1885, Nelson Primus moved from Boston, Massachusetts, where he worked and studied portrait painting, to San Francisco, California, where he lived in the city’s predominantly Chinese community. Fortune Teller, a work for which he is now well known, is an example of his realistic portrayal of life in Chinatown during the end of the 19th century. In this work, with deft painterly skill, Primus depicts a red-robed…

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Our Chinese Fortune Teller at the RSA