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03/25/2012

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Tiffany

What a fabulous unit! I'm a new FDK teacher and had no idea where to start. Thank you so much :D

Jennifer Gold

Thank you!

Joya

What a big help...especially for staff new to this Unit and age-group! Big thank you!

Cam

All of the activities are on point and stimulating! Thanks for sharing.

Kelly

Thank you for sharing. Such great ideas :)

vijay

its very helpful for kids to make them understand and also to clears my confusion :)

Kathy J

Thank you. I was just starting my planning and thought I should take a look to see if there was anything already done. This is wonderful!

Emma Marshall

Thank you for this so much!
Looking forward to using it in the spring!

Rebecca

This is the 3rd year to use this unit and I came back to replace a missing recording sheet. This unit is the most thorough, well organized, and accurate one I have found. As a former high school biology teacher turned kindergarten teacher I am very aware how misconceptions learned now can have profound consequences for our future scientists. Thank you for sharing.

Chevon Nunn

Thank you so much, this has helped me so much trying to get my class to understand living and nonliving.

Shean

this is great activities!
thanks for sharing

Kim

Thanks! Great Unit Lessons!!!

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