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  1. Ticia
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    I like the classification card set up you have. You always make this look so appealing.

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  2. Stephanie
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    Great ideas! I love the sea shell outline game and the catching shells with a net!

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  3. Olives and Pickles
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    Beautiful Activities..Love the trays too : )

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  4. tigerlily
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    thanks for posting this! i was thinking of ocean theme too. i'm just curious though as to how you organize your plastic animals. i have a few already, like farm animals, zoo/safari animals, ocean animals. do you store/keep them according to their theme? mine's a little bit disorganized now since i also use my animals on our "great alphabet sort" (inspired by your blog). so i'm torn whether to store them according to them or according to letter sounds. thanks!

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  5. The girl who painted
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    @Tigerlily – I just keep all our plastic animals in an open tin on a spare shelf in the playroom, near the blocks. The kids play with them a lot alone, apart from school. When I need them for school, I help myself to the ones I need for the work I am planning.

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  6. Chi Hua Hua
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    love the language practise. we are bilingual at home but yet to start with any activities for the 2nd language. like those small figurine. always have problem finding cute and reasonable price small animals figure.

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  7. The girl who painted
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    @Chi Hua Hua – I buy Toobs from Michael's and Joann's when I have 40 and 50 percent off coupons. We've been accumulating our little animals for two years now.

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  8. Leslie
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    This looks like so much fun! I love the idea of tracing the shells onto card stock for matching – I'm giving that a try! Thank you!

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  9. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Nice ocean unit. I like how you incorporated French into it. Bear and J-Jo are going to be two very well-rounded kids 🙂

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  10. Stephanie
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    Thanks for checking out our Ocean Unit posts! I had already visited your blog when Carisa at 1+1+1=1 nominated you for the Top 25 Homeschool blogs and I LOVE all of the things you guys do. We are going to definitely be using lots of your ideas!Stephanie Shining Our Lights Preschool

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