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November 17, 2010

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Laura


Roni,

Im so glad your class enjoyed the butter making! Thanks so much for sharing about your experience!
Take care and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Laura

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Roni Mellon

We made butter today and it was wonderful! The children were so excited. Some lost interest after we passed the jar around one time, so we put out a rug for "butter shaking" and the children took turns shaking the jar. They all stayed there, watching the changes and you should have heard the whoops of joy as the butter started to form. Thanks so much for this idea and all the others. I can't tell you how much I appreciate them.

Lori Guerrero

Oh, yum! I've done hand-made icecream and butter, but never whipped cream. I can't wait to try it. Your blog inspired me to create my own Montessori blog. Thank you for everything you do to inspire us all. I awarded you the "Me Encanta Tu" award here:

http://mymontessorimoments.wordpress.com/2010/11/17/me-encanta-tu-award/

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