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  1. Joyful Learner
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    I love the rock pendants! They would make great gifts! Maybe find some nice heart shaped ones for V-day?

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  2. sarahssweeties
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    I love all your ideas! I will have to mark your page. We plan to do a rock study next month!

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  3. Phyllis
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    I love your rock study -so thorough!I have an award for you over at my blog.http://homeschooljournal-bergblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/blog-awards-from-child-central-station.html

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  4. MaryAnne
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    I love the rocks hanging on the tree!You came up with some great ideas for this unit study. Maybe I can do some parts of it with my kids, once the weather warms up enough to find rocks under all of our snow!

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  5. The girl who painted
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    Thank you everyone! There's more to come. Karen Tyler has a great geology album that I will be following and I haven't even started on posting about that yet,:) (plus some of my own ideas to add to Karen's) Stay tuned…

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  6. Raising a Happy Chil
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    I am so impressed with you rock unit – you went rather deep. I like the idea of rock pendants, but I can see that it might be hard for small hands.

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  7. Ticia
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    I remember when I was student teaching the teacher did an activity of making metamorphic rocks using rice crispy treats.

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  8. Julie
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    Love everything and thanks for listing the resource for the Montessori printables, I just checked them out.

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