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  1. The Education Of Our
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    I love the felt ladybug. Here in New England, the ladybugs are coming out of hibernation and they are everywhere!!

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  2. Stephanie
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    Hey, I love your ideas! I may have to make another sensory bin! :) Thanks for the link. I love that used our ideas! I hope you have as much fun as we are!

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  3. Mozer
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    I love this! I have a bunch of bug-themed stuff I could make into a sensory bin. You always have such great ideas!

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  4. Ticia
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    YOu are so thorough in your set up. I aspire to that, but don't always get to that level.I love the idea of making it out of felt.

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  5. TheRockerMom
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    It all looks so lovely! I was wondering, though.. what is the purpose of the dots below the words in the Ladybug poem? Just curious. :)

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  6. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Really lovely unit! I like the felt puzzles… at least in theory :) I am yet to make any of them for Anna.

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  7. Olives and Pickles
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    Just to let you know I just posted a raffle to help Japan.http://olivesandpickles.blogspot.com/2011/03/japan-quake-appeal.htmlIf you are interested on helping you are more than welcome to participate.thank you : )Patty

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  8. Susana of Montessori
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    Thanks for sharing! I love spring time and everything that comes with it. There are so many fun things to implement. Thank you for sharing!-Susana

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  9. Susan P.
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    Wow! I was looking for some activties for my three-year old grandchild and happened upon your blog. But then I happened upon my poem on the ladybug that I wrote over 25 yeasr ago when my own girls were small. Thanks for making my day!Susan Paprocki

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  10. The girl who painted
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    Susan P. That is so near that you would stumble upon your own poem. We love it so much so I am glad you wrote it and I found it:) Hope you can find some good ideas for your grandchild!

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  11. Books4Learning
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    I linked your ideas to my recent post on ladybugs. Thanks for the wonderful ideas. http://books4learning.blogspot.com/2011/05/picture-books-ladybugs-fiction.html

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  12. Deb Chitwood
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    Great unit, Julie! It looks like you had a lot of fun – and thanks for sharing so many awesome resources! I featured your post and photo at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/06/23/montess

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