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I am so impressed! :)


This is the cutest thing I have ever seen! What a wonderful mom you are to have taken the time to package and make all these! Good for your kids! I bet all the kids spend their money on you!
Maybe they will need to add a packaging class to the curriculum! It does make a difference!

Mama Urchin

these are so great


you are soooo cool! another amazing project. really really great. :)


This is adorable!!! It makes me want to set up a "store" for my two-year-old. Fun, fun!


Wow. Very cool!


I LOVE the bracelet part! You are so good.

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They look great! What fun kits, those kids are lucky, I am sure they will be thrilled.


Wow! I'm so impressed--what great ideas.


What a darling idea and so much fun! I just reviewed the most awesome crafter’s cabinet from The Original Scrapbox
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Amie Plumley

I love love this! As a kindergarten teacher, I'm going to have to use these ideas. My sewing club has also been having fun making clothespin dolls, but I never thought about the roving for hair - very clever. thanks!


Dying with how awesome this is.

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These are so so cute!!! We didn't get to do that when I was in kindergarten! Love your ideas. Do you mind if I use some for my daughter's (Sadie) class next year?


Great ideas. Love the kit idea. I bought a little "woodland" kit for my daughter for easter on etsy, and she loves it. This looks right along the same lines.


That is awesome!


Hi. Those are cute. I miss you. We should hang out someday. xo


These are great ideas! I am always looking for things to use in my classroom store. Thanks for sharing you bead doll pattern.

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Amy Jeans

My name is Amy and I am a first grade teacher. I use "money" in my classroom as well. Students earn "money" by doing work just as adults do. At the end of the month, the students get to spend their "money" at my "store". I am going to make a few of these sets for my "store" in September. The children will LOVE them. THANKS, THANKS, THANKS!


Perfect idea! I am sure it was a hit with the kids!


WOW! What a great, fabulous, totally cool idea. Thanks so much for sharing.


Hi there - I teach (casually) high school kids in a 'learning support' unit who have limited skills - your ideas are awesome and could I use the felting and dolls for a unit with them? Also your idea of using 'money' to pay for these goods is such a great idea too. Thanks so much xxxx


Wow! That's a lot of work! The kids are lucky :)

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nice blog, it's quite informative for readers.


Oh my goodness...where are you? I've been busy moving and settling into our new home I'm only now catching up with my favorite blogs...

Say something! Inspire me! Teach me! :)

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