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Sunday, April 12, 2009 - - 12 Comments

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The Ridge School said...

You put me to shame.. RT is so much and having so much fun! I love the beans, shapes, eggs, and walk with dad. Can I come to your school?

Paula said...

I hope he'll grow up to realize how lucky he is to have you as his teacher.

~ Angi :) said...

Love the longevity of the palm tree! LOL An active week is a developmental week! Good job, Mamma! :)

CristyLynn said...

What a great week! I like his batman water bottle for pouring beans. :)

Bernadete said...

Liliana loved coloring eggs this year as well! Looks like a great week! Thanks for sharing!

Lindsay said...

This was my first week doing Tot School! I love reading everyone's ideas and gearing up for next week! I love your shape of the week(s) idea :-)

pucktricks said...

I've used flash cards to make a memory game as well. They work great!

Michelle said...

What a great week...I can't wait for some nice weather here! Emily and I can't wait to get outside to play. I liked the triangle themed breakfast. I think Emily would enjoy that too!

K, @ Heart said...

You reminded me! I have got to pull out those stamps I bought a couple of weeks ago!
The egg dying looked great! I guess I didn't give Z enough credit and assumed he was too young to do it. He just put stickers on plastic eggs. RT did AWSOME with those eggs!
Where did you get those little plastic dying containers? did they come in a kit or???

K, @ Heart said...

Thanks for leaving the comment on my blog made it easier for me but I would come back anyway to check. :)

Christy said...

Nice post.

Pink & Green Mama said...

I'm going to have to try the pasta in the spice shaker and the cutting strips of paper activities with my own 2 year old (mini-saurus) Once upon a time when my now 6 year old was around 2 we had a chicka chicka boom boom magnetic alphabet tree on the fridge too!! Brings back fond memories, I may need to resurrect that one for the littlest one now as well!