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  1. Raising a Happy Chil
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    Oh, Bear and Anna would love playing together. Anna is not into Princesses either, and she loved to play Little House when we were listening to it. I think review is extremely important, because our children learn so much every day and sometimes, just as with us, something they used to know is buried deep in memory and not readily accessible.

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  2. Kylie
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    I don't know where you live, but there is a Laura Ingalls Wilder vacation spot in De Smet, South Dakota. My friend took her girls there; they have clothes so you can dress the part, a school room, a cabin, horse drawn carriages, ect. Bear would probably like it if she loves the books 🙂

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  3. Phyllis
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    What a lovely learning week. I especially love the math story questions, weaving addition and subtraction together.

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  4. Stephanie
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    Bear and Bunny would have fun together! Playing is the smae here. Pull out a crown and no ones touches it, pull out a sunbonnet and she will wear it all day!!!! None of Bunny's friends understand it either!

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  5. Lindsay
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    I love the word problems in the car! I am going to try that the next time we go somewhere! Love that she wants to be Laura or Rose!

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  6. Joyful Learner
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    I know how you feel. K goes off on her imagination with wizards and witches and her playmates are scratching their heads or go off running because they are scared. Good days are when they play along.

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  7. The Art of Family
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    I wish I could see each of the activity photos bigger – these look like great fun! We do a lot of counting these days too – in the car, or like today, we simply counted the steps from outside the museum to the car. She counted – it was 104 steps.I also love that Bear is into Little House on the Prairie – unfortunately for us, my daughter is very much into the princess fantasy world – I would love to introduce her to Little House on the Prairie (I was under the impression it was for ages 8+)? Is that not the case? Do tell…

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  8. The girl who painted
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    @The Art of Family. I'm sorry about the photos. I was trying to save space in my Picasa Web. I keep running out of room and then deleting other, non blog related photos in there to make more space. I'm resizing the photos now and hoping that will help and I thought a collage would also help. I will avoid them in the future:)As for Little House, I don't know how much she soaks in, but she loves the books. In terms of subject matter, I think they are appropriate for as young as 3 or 3.5 depending on your child's nature. I started by reading her all the Little House Picture books and since she loved those, I thought, why not try the chapter books. Obviously she loves them and when she found out there were books about Laura's daughter she asked for them too.

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  9. sarahssweeties
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    I like the flower part cards!

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