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  1. Lindsay
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    Love the sensory bin! I need to get mine made soon! 🙂

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  2. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Fun activities – especially for someone who hasn't been exposed to spooning/tonging/etc. How do you keep small parts away from Jo-Jo?

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  3. The girl who painted
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    I keep those activities on a shelf out of his reach!

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  4. Counting Coconuts
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    You did a great job setting up these trays! Although Bear's too advanced for them, I think they'd be great trays for anyone interested in them – not just toddlers. 🙂 They're especially good for children who like detailed work and need to work on fine motor skills. There's a Montessori classroom I assist in from time to time and I see quite a few 3 and 4 year olds working on tonging and spooning. 🙂 I suppose it's all about their interests!Again, great job! And thanks for linking back to me, too.

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  5. Mommy Moment
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    I love they trays you have set up for fall. My almost 5 year old still wants to work with the little beads like you have set up (Are those the kind you can iron after to make a picture?) I have many works out for younger children that my older daughter still enjoys working with – I just go with the flow and think that is why Maria Montessori had multi-aged groups of children! Anyway, Love your post! Thanks for linking up on Mondays Montessori Moment!

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