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August 08, 2008

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SchoolinRhome

I love your blog. I would love to see some of the projects from this I made it book. I have tried to look for samples of it on amazon but they show none.
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Thimbleina

Great gift those alphabet/number crayons

Mary

Thanks for this post. I'll be ordering some things for my child's upcoming birthday! I was wondering how you approach teaching/showing the right pencil grip. I'd love if you did a learning to write post at some point.

Melissa

Great post! The number and letter ice trays are definitely going on O's Christmas wish list this year. I also love the crayon rocks, but I think she might be too young for them.

Linda Cameron

I love the leaf rubbing plates. I have done leaf rubbings in the past by taking real leaves, gluing them to a paper, and laminating it. The leaf stays raised and the child can rub over it. I use a clipboard to keep everything clipped together so it doesn't move. You can gather the leaves from each tree in the playground and learn the names too.

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