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April 30, 2009


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Happy New Year! Happiness and success in 2011.


It's a helpless feeling when you're looking at the damage some insect or disease has done in your garden. There's not much to be done after the fact, except learn from it and keep it from happening again. Can pests be managed and controlled?

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This book is great for showing that many animals other than chickens come from eggs and are oviparous.


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Is a Seal a oviparous animal or viviparous animal?


Thanks for pointing that out, Jessica. I must have snapped the photo before the student had their work checked. We do always check it before they glue.


...turtles are hatched from eggs.


Looks like a great activity to compliment the Life Cycle of a chicken work that is flying off the shelf inour classroom. Thanks!!


We just had an egg class with our local Nature Center and the naturalist read "Chickens Aren't the Only Ones" and then she took us outside to look for insect egg sacks and snail eggs. I have a feeling my little ones are going to love this matching game. Thank you!


Thank you for sharing this! I'm printing it off to do this weekend. I hope everything is going well for you and your family.


Thank you so much for sharing this activity!

Alycia in Virginia

nice activity. Thanks for sharing.


Wonderful activity - thanks so much for the downloads!


Great! Thanks for the download! This will work great with what we are studying right now!


Great activity! Printed it up for dd to do today!Thanks for sharing!

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