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Exmoor Pony. The love for a horse is just as complicated as the love for another human being...if you never love a horse, you will never understand. http://www.annabelchaffer.com/categories/Equestrian-Gifts/

Exmoor Ponies

Breed: Exmoor Pony Country of Origin: UK Average Height: Usual colour: Bay, brown or mouse dun Uses: Riding and foundation stock.

Cat's love chasing mice. It's been that way since time began. MadMouse™ is the fast little remote controlled mouse toy for keeping your cat entertained for hour

Price tracker and history of Cute Funny Cat Dog Toys Remote Control Simulation Mouse Kids Toys Ears Random Color

As I was typing this title, pictures of kids’ faces began popping into my head one after the other. Within about five seconds I realized that to use a term such as kinesthetic learner is about as accurately descriptive as saying HOUSE and having anyone understand exactly what kind of house you are referring to. The stereotypical kinesthetic learner is one who is constantly moving. But I have taught learners who were gifted kinesthetically but in the classroom were as still as mice.

How to Teach Kinesthetic Learners to Read

(Or to be really spot-on, the title could read: “Teaching Young Children to Read Successfully”) As I was typing this title, pictures of kids’ faces began poppin

This book came home from the wonderful "Treasure Chest" in amazing Ms. Abbot's room.  If You Give a Pig a Party by Laura Numeroff is a great book for emerging readers. We were sent out in search of more books by Laura Numeroff and also own If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, and If You Give a Dog a Donut.  Love these!

If You Give a Pig a Party

If You Give a Pig a Party: Laura Numeroff, Felicia Bond Please buy real books from a real book store

55 DIY Disney Projects & Ideas

55 Disney Projects & Ideas

55 DIY Disney Projects & Ideas

red bird crafts: story telling stones:

After months and months of drawing pictures of mouse picnics with Chick, I decided that we should make a mouse picnic for her to play with. This project began with peaceful stone gathering and then…