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February 08, 2011


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Wow! That is so nice to hear. Thanks for taking the time to write and share with me.

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I found your blog while looking for Montessori activities for my 3 year old to do at home, and LOVE it. I read through TONS of old posts and got so many ideas for my son and ideas I can use or adapt to use in my classroom. I teach 1st and 2nd grade in public school and I've been very interested in Montessori education for the last year. I try to incorporate as much time to explore learning independently as I can while teaching in a regular public school and my students LOVE it. They are so interested and engrossed in their learning. I'm so excited I found this blog. THANKS!!!!!


I love the valentines activities I have given a link on my blog to these, thank you http://alljoinin.blogspot.com/2011/02/five-favourite-valentines-blogs.html


Super cute bag! Just lovely!


I would love to know if you run into the "problem" of some children NOT getting a special delivery? If that's an issue, if they notice or not, etc. Many thanks!

Anupama Jagadeesh

Love this idea! I should tweak this idea a little bit for our home school.

I love your blog. I use a lot of your ideas for our schooling. Many thanks to you for all the effort you put into your posts!


I love this -- we are doing the same except when they choose this activity they decide who they would like to make a card for and then on the other side they can draw a picture. When finished they will put the card in this recipients pocket to take home. I like the cards you chose from the tutorial better than the ones I made so I'm off to print them!!!!

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