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Lakewood Elementary School
(not a good idea to disrupt class to visit)
Lakewood Elementary School
Mrs. Wright's kindergarten class
September 2, 2005
an Urban Fairy door appears.
fairy door fairy door
fairy door fairy door
Very curious! My wife teaches kindergarten in this room. I think the little buggers might be following us!
Some Fascinating happenings outside class-room can be found > HERE & HERE.
January 2007
Flat Fairies visited!
Mrs. Wright's Kidpeople made their own
flat fairies... who subsequently flew off to visit Eastfield Elementary School in South Carolina!
Flat fairies taxiing before takeoff.
After all that work, a fairy nest snack
is just the thing!

The real deal.

Tricky business eating fairy nests.
Sometimes our eyes are bigger than our... snack.
Messy, but good.
No fairies became homeless as a result of this project.
Once the fairy-nest-camoflage is done being applied
you won't be able to see him!
A South Carolina flat fairy is a bit of a "ham".
(
The rest posed nicely along the mantel)
Jasmine made her own flat fairy (near the fairy door) AND made a friend of a South Carolina flat fairy.
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