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September 22, 2010

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Jessie

This is so lovely. I think we'll have to do something like this :)

Thanks!

Jessie

Laura


Thanks! Me too!

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branflakes

I think this is so pretty!

Laura


I have seen the button snake before and its on my to-do list for sure. Thanks so much for the reminder!
Laura

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Laura


Thanks so much for writing. This activity will be on my PL shelf on Monday. I think the children willlove it!
Take care,
Laura

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Laura


Hi, Sharon! Thanks so much for writing!
Take care,
Laura

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Laura


I have been meaning to make a button snake. Maybe Ill get to that soon.
Thanks for writing!
Laura

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Laura


Hi, Liz. Congrats for starting your new blog. It looks like youre having lots of fun with your daughters. Thanks for taking the time to write.
Take care,
Laura

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Laura


Thanks, Michelle! Im glad you liked the idea.
Laura

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Laura


Thanks, Nicole. Im glad you liked this activity. It will be out on the shelves in my classroom on Monday. I am pretty sure it wont stay on the shelf very long though!
Take care,
Laura

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Our Country Road

This is fantastic! Thank you for sharing!!

Nicole

I love this and will be copying it with my son soon! It's funny, I had thought about lacing silk leaves onto twine or string, but my hole puncher did not work well on them. Isn't it ridiculous that I never thought to just snip them with scissors?! So thank you for that! The ribbon is beautiful and I love the finished garland, as well as how you've presented it - lovely!

Michelle

Thank you for sharing this ahead of time! I have some craft leaves and have been wondering what to do with them ~ I will be sure to link to your post if I share online. Thanks so much!

Liz

That is a neat idea! I'll have to use it with our leftover leaves from our leaf sequencing activity.

My daughters and I did something similar to the decoupaged leaf vase. We used streamers and tissue paper to make ghosts and jack o lanterns. You can read more about it on my blog here. http://absorbentmindsofchildren.blogspot.com/2010/09/its-starting-to-look-lot-like-autumn.html

Giggly Girls

I love it!! And I have the leaves already. My daughter loves the button snake so she should love this too.

Sharon

Ohh...I just love this idea, I have been looking for something festive to decorate my classroom with that the children could make...thank you so much for sharing..

Blessings,Sharon Spry

Discovering Montessori

Wonderful Idea!! A must do activity. I will link this right back to you. You are truly crative and inspiring!! Thank you for sharing.

Joyful Mama

Hi there! I have made a button snake similar to this with felt squares just to practice buttoning skills (you can see it here: http://joyfulmamasplace.blogspot.com/2010/07/two-simple-ribbon-toys.html), but I absolutely LOVE the idea of making a garland in this way. It is spring here now, so I think we'll celebrate with a nice green one, though. Will let you know how it turned out. Thanks for the really super idea!!

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