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Evelyn Saenz
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Hands-on Teaching and Learning Activities
Hands-on Teaching and Learning Activities

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Blogging about my B&B... It's about time, I know. People have been trying to push me to blog for years. Today I decided the day had come. I wrote about my chickens today. I find that my guests love to watch their antics. Come learn about the day I got my chickens... 
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Make Bernie Bucks to support Bernie Sanders for President... 
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I just got a notice on Facebook that it is Flynn le Cat's birthday but he hasn't posted there for a couple of years. Anyone know where he is?
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The Waitsfield Winter Farmers Market welcomes you each Sunday from 11-3 until the summer markets begin again.
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Fresh Vermont produce, grass-fed beef and pork, jams and jellies from fruits picked in the wild, old-fashioned Tongue Pickles, Beer Drinking Pickles, pies, quiches, chocolates, tamales, pizza, hydrophobic lettuce and so much more... 
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Do you collect buttons? Here are a few suggestion for what you can do with the buttons from the Rag Bag... 
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Peanut-themed activities are all part of a fun, hands-on unit study about peanuts. Make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, count the peanuts in the shell, toss peanuts to the elephant. Learning is fun... 
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Baby Dear is the perfect baby doll for that little child in your life. With a cloth body and a sweet expression on her face, your daughter or son will love opening this present on Christmas Day. Come here about my first baby doll and learn why, over 50 years later, she is still tucked safely in the doll bed in my old room... 
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The Little Red Hen learns how to grow a small patch of wheat, cut it, put it into shocks and grind it into flour. There is wheat grass growing in the sensory table and dozens of hands-on learning activities to accompany this story. Come on over and help this chicken plant the wheat...
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