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April 28, 2009

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I was happy to work overtime this last week to design and post this download for you as quickly as possible. I had to squeeze it into an already-packed design and family schedule. I love this pattern and am equally excited to have it posted a week before originally planned (with the natural side benefit of having more pie-making time for next week, right?

Laura


Melissa,
Im glad you are enjoying the blog. That sounds like an awesome deal at Wal-Mart. Just a quick plug for Montessori Services (and I dont get ANY kick-backs for plugging!).....their prices are pretty reasonable as well. Here is a link to the sugar tongs that I love to use for many activities. They areonly $1.95, although once you pay for shipping your cost would probably exceed your $5 Wal-Mart purchase.http://www.montessoriservices.com/store/index.php?main_page=indexcPath=4423_114_254_1532
Thrift stores are another great place topick up little spoons and tongs for transfer activities. Thanks so much for writing!
Take care,
Laura


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 Melissa Anderson

After deciding not to buy tongs from Montessori services because of cost (I home school my 3 and 5 year old girls) I happened upon a set of "appetizer tongs" perfectly child sized at Walmart in the kitchen utensil section for about $5. I was really excited!

irene yeong

lovely blog you have here. i am trying to homeschool my baby who is turning 1 this month.. is it too early? what can i do,, or where to read up? appreciate if you could advise. thanks.

SchoolinRhome

I got this activity at Dollar General. My young children love it! Thanks for sharing!
SchoolinRhome
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Hey! your post looks very interesting. i will try to teach this to my kids and make bond with them while doing this kind of activity.keep posting!

-khatie-

Kristin

OK, so my friend Kimberly told me about you. I'm getting ready to homeschool a 4 & 5 year-old and am eating up all the resources I can get my hands on. You have lots of terrific inexpensive ideas! Thanks so much for sharing. Can't wait to check out my local dollar store now. :-) It is difficult to sort through all the homeschool curriculum to decide what is best. I'm curious, do kids like to do these kinds of activities multiple times during the calendar year?

Elizabeth: The Double D's: Life with Dirk and Derek

That's cute! :)

Becky

Does anyone have the cute tubs and trays that Dollar General has? (They are summer pink, lime green, and blue-maybe?) I bought them because I couldn't resist and am brain dead. I can't think of an activity to use with them for my first graders. (Counting/sorting/basic + and - are way too easy at this time of year)

Andie

I must get to Dollar General this week! I usually go to Dollar Tree, but we've got a Dollar General close too. I have mostly girls in my preschool, and I know they would love the activities with the hair accessories.

Andie

Anonymous

Where do you get your pretty numbers? I can't seem to find colored numbers like that!

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