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  1. Keri
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    Great idea! I will have to pin this and try it with my daughter- i just love it! Your blog is so inspirational- i love all your ideas! keep up the great work!

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  2. Stephanie
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    Great idea!!!!! It looks wonderful! You are an amazing mama!!!!

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  3. My Boys' Teache
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    I can' t wait to try out those last two on Kal-El!

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  4. Karen
    Karen at |

    Lovely Work!!

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  5. Nicole {tired, need
    Nicole {tired, need at |

    I really love this – what a fun way to use those Easter eggs! I'm going to try it with my son!

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  6. Phyllis
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    I love this! Wonderful progression and fun!

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  7. Mandi
    Mandi at |

    Love this!! What a great use for Easter eggs!

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  8. Stacy of KSW
    Stacy of KSW at |

    wow, this post is so helpful to me right now. Thank you! I can't wait to try this with my kids

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  9. Sarah
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    Great fun with words! Where did you get the miniature items? Here and there or from a resource?Thanks!

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  10. The girl who painted
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    @Sarah, definitely here and there. I had a dollhouse as a child and also a collection of Playmobil. A lot of our miniature stuff comes from that. Also, when we lived in Costa Rica, I bought a few miniatures, like the green teacup. Scour your house and you will be surprised at how many little toys will work for language works.

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  11. The girl who painted
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    I forgot to add though that Montessori Services does sell miniatures.

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