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  1. Monica
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    I know just what you mean about wanting to put down the camera and live in the moment. Although that is one great shot at the end…she is jumping so high and you got just the right moment!

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  2. Kylie
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    Did you do all of these things in one week? Lots of good ideas!

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  3. The girl who painted
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    Actually, it was three days. Some of the things just fell into place – like I place my empty bottles on the window sill until I refill them and so I just pointed out the condensation to the kids. We play with cars all the time, so we just added a little talk about how it's easier for them to go down. We're still working with the three part cards and the cutting strips and spooning activity.

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  4. Debbie
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    Great idea to do the shaving cream for a cloud theme – so fun! I bet the kids had a blast with it – looks like they did. Thanks for sharing your fun week.

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  5. Miss Jae
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    Lovely post once again 🙂 Thanks for the ideas!

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  6. Deb Chitwood
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    What wonderful activities! I love the creativity you use in putting together your hands-on activities for unit studies! Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your photo and post in my Montessori-Inspired Cloud Unit at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/07/28/montess

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  7. Deb Chitwood
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    I love that you coordinated your paper cutting activity with your theme! I just featured your paper cutting strips and photo in my paper cutting activities post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/10/03/montess

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  8. Deb Chitwood
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    How fun to revisit your post, Julie! I featured your cloud booklet photo and post in my Montessori-Inspired Weather Unit at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2012/03/06/montess

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  9. Donna Gettings Apperson
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    My kids loved puddle jumping. We had a low spot in our driveway and after every big storm, as long as it wasn’t cold, off went the shoes and into the puddles we went. Thanks for reminding me!

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