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  1. Annette W.
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    I love Sylvan Dell!And I think these are brilliant. Perfect!

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  2. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Yes – this is really very fun! Too bad that daughter doesn't like melted cheese, but maybe we can come up with a different version.

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  3. Darcey
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    This unit you are doing on rocks is great. I like your lunch ideas as well as your other rock activities and books. A couple of years ago, I worked with a girl who was getting very interested in rocks. I gave her some from my collection before she moved, but I wish she was still here so I could use some of these ideas with her. I think she would've loved it.

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  4. about a girl
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    Brilliant! I used to love rocks when I was a kid and had a rock grinder and polisher. What a super way to learn about the different ways rocks are formed. I wish I had someone show it to me like that when I was a kid!

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  5. Ticia
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    You could make a whole meal out of "rocks."That is much better than the one I remember from student teaching.Thanks for linking up!

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  6. Lori
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    I love this rock unit. What great ideas. We already studied rocks, but I think we'll do it again and add some of your ideas. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

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  7. Darcey
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    I've linked up to your post on my weekly favorites here: http://play2grow.blogspot.com/2011/01/weekly-favo… Enjoy what's left of the weekend!

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