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My Precious Family: Learning the Letter I

My Precious Family: Learning the Letter I

This free Anatomy Coloring Book has more than 450 detailed illustrations, fill-in-the-blank study aids, microscopic views of cells and tissues, and more.

This free Anatomy Coloring Book has more than 450 detailed illustrations, fill-in-the-blank study aids, microscopic views of cells and tissues, and more.

Letter G and Number 7 week is now concluded before Christmas comes!   Here's what we did this week:   Flash cards, Sandpaper Tactile Letters...

Letter G and Number 7 week is now concluded before Christmas comes! Here's what we did this week: Flash cards, Sandpaper Tactile Letters...

Letter parties... weekly activities with your kids, all centered around a specific letter of the alphabet

Letter parties... weekly activities with your kids, all centered around a specific letter of the alphabet

Why I got rid of the toys - "I always make sure to keep at least one of each of following types of toys: Gross motor, fine motor, plush, stacking, building, connecting, puzzles, pretend play, musical play, art play, and of course books–the books are rotated regularly."

Why I got rid of the toys.

Why I got rid of the toys - "I always make sure to keep at least one of each of following types of toys: Gross motor, fine motor, plush, stacking, building, connecting, puzzles, pretend play, musical play, art play, and of course books–the books are rotated regularly."

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