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  1. Stephanie @ Discover
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    Awesome picks! I think this will be a fun link up right? By the way I heard you are having some babies! Congratulations!!!!! If you lived closer I would send you a meal and try to help out! Sounds like it has been quite an adventure! I cant wait to see pictures!

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  2. Lori
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    Great list Julie! Thanks for telling me about PAL Writing. I've been looking for something for Asher. His handwriting is developing slowly but surely. This might help him. It's fun to see the things that are same and different on our lists. I don't think I've told you, but congratulations on your twins! I also had a hard pregnancy with Lila (but probably still not as hard as yours) and I was also grateful that my kids had a Montessori background. They could function so well on their own and the house was set up to help them do so. Your kids are wonderful! They will grow and learn so much from this pregnancy. God bless!p.s. Thanks for linking up. 🙂

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  3. Ticia
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    Where's my handy dandy link to PAL writing? It sounds cool.

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  4. The girl who painted
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    Sorry Ticia – links are proving to be too time consuming for this bed rest Mama, but I added it to the post for you:) And here it is again: http://www.excellenceinwriting.com/catalog/primar

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  5. hey
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    I like your varied approach to spelling and how it includes motor skills and tactile experiences.I use many of the sound techniques I learned as a Reading Recovery Teacher. I also like Words Their Way and Alphaphonics. jeannine: waddleeahchaa.com

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  6. Raising a Happy Chil
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    A lot of great ideas here. Anna is still a very reluctant writer unless it's part of something that she wants to do on her own, for example, writing the rules of the game. I am hoping that her fine motor skills and writing endurance will develop more this school year.

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