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  1. The girl who painted
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    Sorry about the linky not being opened yet… I got my dates confused, but I'm going to leave it like this because I don't have time right now to fix it:)

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  2. alvin
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    hi! i know this is not related to your post, but i am really liking your "Great Alphabet Sort". just wanted to ask what toy did you used for this one? i'm hoping to find a similar one. thank you!

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  3. Lindsay
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    oo these turned out lovely!! Love the texture the paper towel added!

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  4. Raising a Happy Chil
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    This is such a beautiful project! Bear did so well with not covering leaves with background color.

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  5. The girl who painted
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    @ alvin – the game was given to us by my sister who bought it in Canada. I found it here online http://www.tickety-boo.co.uk/acatalog/Eduludo_Col… while searching for a link for you. It is called Eduludo Colours by Djeco as you can see from the link.It is very hard to find, The only other site I have ever found it on is being redone right now so the link doesn't work. I LOVE this game though we have never officially used it as per the rules. I am SO glad my sister found it and thought it would be a great gift for Bear's second birthday! We use miniatures too for the alphabet sort, but there was something about the bright and whimsical game pieces that really drew Bear into the work. Now we use the pieces for storytelling a lot. The other great thing about hte pieces is that now with J-jo still in the mouthing stage, I can still play with beginning word sounds with him and the pieces and not worry that he will choke on them as they are a good toddler size. I hope you are able to find it!

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