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  1. April
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    We did the same camo experiment except that we used polar bear foam stickers that she colored and some left white. We are doing polar bears right now as well for our Alaska study. We are pretty much done with the polar bears but I am spacing out the posts next week. We also did a few things on sled dogs and ptarmigan. But that's it, then we are moving on!I'll have to check out the Diego cards. I actually like the Nick characters, but sadly my daughter seems to have lost interest in them :(.

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  2. Lori
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    I love this post! I can't wait to do something similar with my boys. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  3. about a girl
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    Very cool! I would love to do these activities with L!

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  4. Raising a Happy Chil
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    That's an impressive Arctic unit. We did some of the similar activities and Santa brought Anna the same Arctic toob 🙂

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  5. Leptir
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    I love your activities!! I wish you and your family HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  6. Lindsay
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    oo what great activities you guys got into! The lack of routine is starting to get to us too!

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  7. Ticia
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    What a cool artic unit! I love the activities.Oh, and congrats on posting at Totally Tots.

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  8. Cynthia Dyer
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    Thank you, thank you, thank you! Lots of great ideas in this post.

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  9. Montessori For Learn
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    I had a few links in my resources:If you scroll down the page, thereis a song to the tune of "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean" that teaches the oceans: http://teachers.net/gazette/DEC02/continents.htmlThis one is good too, but it is longer: <a href="http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/2188.htmlhttp://teachers.net/lessons/posts/2188.html<br />And here is one more….http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/2188.html

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  10. Infant Bibliophile
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    I love this unit. It's right up my son's alley. He likes to pick new places to learn about each week, and also a new animal, and he loves when the two are linked. Great job pulling it all together!

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  11. Infant Bibliophile
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    PS I keep meaning to do a lesson or activity on camouflage!

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  12. JDaniel4's Mom
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    I would love for you to link this post to Read.Explore.Learn on Friday.

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  13. Deb Chitwood
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    Great activities for an Arctic unit! I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

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  14. Aly in Va.
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    I really like your artic activities. My daughter was just reading "winter" themed books this week at grandmas but I think next week we'll step our game up and mimic some of your activities.Thanks for posting.Aly

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  15. Christy
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    We are starting an Arctic unit and I am bookmarking this! Thanks!

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  16. JDaniel4's Mom
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    Thanks for stopping by and linking up. I am going to Stumble all your link ups.

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  17. Deb Chitwood
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    Your Arctic unit is absolutely fantastic, Julie! I featured your Arctic posts and Arctic sensory box photo in my post on Montessori-Inspired Arctic and Antarctic Unit at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/01/12/montess

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