Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up!

I hope you and your family had a very merry Christmas!  I also want to take this opportunity to thank you for linking up your posts every Saturday for the last 4 years!  It has been a great joy for me to scroll through the posts each week and see the creativity of so many of my blogging friends!!!

Unfortunately, however, this will be the last week for the Show-and-Share Saturday.  The number of links has been steadily decreasing for the last several months and it seems as though this link-up isn’t as helpful as it once was.  Rather than linking up here every week, I would encourage you to share your posts on my Facebook wall on Tuesdays.  I will be selecting some posts to share on my social media channels from there.

Thanks again for your support!

Here are just a couple ideas shared last week:

 

using calendars with kids

Buggy and Buddy shares calendar activities for kids.

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I love this Winter Reading Challenge from Growing Book by Book.

Have an idea or activity to share??? Just link up below!

*By linking up, you are granting me permission to use and/or repost photographs from your blog.



Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up!

There were some great ideas shared last week.  Here are just a few:

 

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I love this Evergreen Tree Math activity from Mom Inspired Life.

 

 

 

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There’s still time to make this super cute Mason Jar Lid Ornament from Pre-K Pages!

 

 

 

 

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This celebration play dough from Buggy and Buddy is super cute.  We made something similar a few years ago too.

 

 

 

Have an idea or activity to share??? Just link up below!

Next week I’ll be sharing my favorites from the ones you submit!

*By linking up, you are granting me permission to use and/or repost photographs from your blog.




 

 

Green Toys are 50% off Today Only

Green toys

 

 

Green Toys are 50% off on Amazon today only!  This is a great way to get some eco-friendly toys for Christmas at a great discount!

We have the recycling truck and the pretend play dining set and they are sturdy and smooth!  I really like the shape sorter and might have to get that for Little Sister for her birthday (I am done with Christmas shopping)!  :)

 

Check out all the toys available for 50% off here.

 

 

 

Fine Motor Christmas Trees

Fine motor christmas trees



 

After Christmas last year, I scored some great deals that I tucked away until this year.  Unfortunately, the holiday season has flown by and I have hardly had a chance to break them out…until today!  Little Brother and I used the pre-cut foam Christmas trees for a little fine motor practice (and a cute decoration).  These fine motor Christmas trees would make great ornaments or gift tags!

 

Here’s what you’ll need:  Craft Foam Christmas Trees, hole punch, pipe cleaners, tape, and beads or sequins.

 

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 1.  Use the hole punch to make holes in the foam Christmas trees.

 

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 2.  Tape one end of the pipe cleaner to the back of the Christmas tree.

 

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 3.  Thread the sequins and/or beads through the pipe cleaner and through the holes in the Christmas trees.

 

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square fine motor christmas trees

 

Check out more great Christmas activities here and on our Pinterest board.

 

Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up!

There were lots of great ideas shared last week.  Here are just a few:

Free-Printable-Books-for-Kids-for-Winter

Growing Book by Book shares 16 Printable Easy Reader Books for Winter.

 

 

 

Racing-Reindeer-Number-Line-Activity-Counting-Game

I love this Racing Reindeer Number Line Activity from Mom Inspired Life.

 

 

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These Jelly Bean Christmas Trees from Christianity Cove are so cute!

 

 

 

Have an idea or activity to share??? Just link up below!

Next week I’ll be sharing my favorites from the ones you submit!

*By linking up, you are granting me permission to use and/or repost photographs from your blog.