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March 25, 2010

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Laura


Thanks! Im glad you liked the post.


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Lanterns4Less

Great project! With school out I was looking for arts and crafts I could do with my sons.

Krystal

Dylan loves the eggs he is making!

Elise

We have a few textured plates which we regulalrly use. Recently, we have been using them with pieces of alfoil to make patterned alfoil for some of our creations.

My children would love to use them to make some Easter eggs like yours. Thank you for sharing.

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Laura


I bought the rocks about a year ago at Lets Explore (an online store that doesnt exist anymore). They have been out every day for almost 2 yearsand are holding up great. Well worth the money!


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Melva

ooops! re-read your blog and notice the links to the rocks - my only excuse is that it is early and my glasses are dirty - and my brain is still sleeping. Great activity!

Melva

Did you purchase the crayon rocks or make your own? One of the teachers at my school did a similar activity with fish and it made a very effective bulletin board display. The eggs are very attractive and it looks as if the kids had fun too.

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