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September 23, 2007

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Aimee

Maybe make a tunic out of leather scraps? You know, in case they want to teach about Pocahontis.

I wish we could figure out a way to make wigs instead of having to affix hair so they could be even more interchangeable.

I'll think about the clothes, too. Maybe more than what you have.

(In terms of early American History, you have covered: Pilgrims, Indians, Puritans, King George III, and Slaves. For more modern American history, you'll need Irish, Italian, and Asian immigrants. I think you probably have them covered, too. Of course, as soon as I try to help figure out what might be necessary, I can't remember a damn thing about history. Hmph. Go figure.)

Molly

I'm so curious about the unschooling school. Would you share more?

Kate

Molly, the best answer I can give you is to send you to the school's website - www.villagefreeschool.org

It's a great place to be (even I love being there). It's still strange for me to think that we unschool with a bunch of other people, but I absolutely love doing that. It's not perfect, what is? But my kids got older and needed more than I could provide, and we were lucky enough to have moved to a place with a free school. I'm SO glad we moved here and found this school.

gemma

oh my gosh, kate - these puppets sound fantastic and the one pictured looks great!
you are the coolest for doing this for the school!
gemma

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