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Homemade toy car

Do you remember your first toy? “I am Ishan, I am 5-year-old, I go to Garran pre-school. I love Helen, because there are a lot of fun things in the school that Helen brings out. In the video [above], I made a small car at home with the help of my dad. Be careful with…

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