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  1. Dianne
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    Cute ideas! I plan to do both of these books in our Preschool this year. We will definitely be using some of these ideas. Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Homeschooling Momtog
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    Oh, what a fun, creative homeschool you have! 🙂 You're doing a great job!Catherine

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  3. tidbits
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    I love your blog! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! I always come take a look at it everyday to see if you have posted. Do you do calendar time with your kids? How do you have that set up? Also was wondering if you would be interested in having a penpal with the kids?

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  4. Lindsay
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    Love your crafts! Don't you just love Jo's printables!! She is a blessing to so many!

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  5. Nicole
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    So cute!! Your posts about FIAR have inspired me to give it a try with my boys. I just ordered volume 1 yesterday. Thanks for linking to Montessori Monday!

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  6. The girl who painted
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    @tidbits. Thank you! I am flattered that you love my blog. I will post how we do calendar in a couple of days….stay tuned:)

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  7. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Very nice unit! I love brainstorming for a Bear Hunt lunch.

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  8. Lori
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    That looks like so much fun. I wish I was attending your homeschool. 😉 I'll have to borrow some of your ideas. They look like they'd be winners in our house. Especially the creative lunch.

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  9. hey
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    That art work is fabulous! Of course, I especially love the water.You know how we love expression through art over at waddlee-ah-chaa! Love it!:)jeanninehttp://waddleeahchaa.com/

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  10. jessica
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    I really like the idea of having the children create the environments in the story. I was brainstorming for ideas and came across your post. Thank you for sharing! It looks like a lot of fun learning.

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