Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up

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Happy Saturday! There were a lot of fun ideas shared last week! Here are just a few: These upcycled Creative Planters from Our Peaceful Planet would make a great kid-made gift! Have you been wondering what Minecraft is all about? Sunshine and Hurricanes breaks it down for you! Work on fine motor skills with Crazy Straws from Powerful Mothering. Have an idea or activity to share??? Just … [ Keep reading… ]

Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up

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There were lots of great ideas shared last week. Here are just a few:   Check out this No-Sew Quiet Book for Toddlers from Powerful Mothering. Playdough to Plato shares 100 Free Playdough Mats for Kids! This Harold and the Purple Crayon inspired Yarn Art from Buggy and Buddy looks like lots of fun! Have an idea or activity to share??? Just link up below! Next week I’ll … [ Keep reading… ]

A Solution for Organizing Headbands and Bows

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  Last week I asked for tips on the best ways to go about organizing headbands and bows for girls.  There were so many great responses (you can read them all here) and I think I figured out a method of organizing all the bows we have coming out of our ears.  :) First of all, I decided it would work best if I separated the headbands and alligator clip bows.  I really liked this headband h … [ Keep reading… ]

Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up

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There were lots of great ideas shared last week! Here are just a few: Mom Inspired Life shared this fun way to practice letter recognition. Krafts and Kiddos shared her tips for Simple Ways to Make Back to School Easy. If your child is ready to practice basic math facts, 3 Dinosaurs has a fun Spinning Subtraction printable!   Have an idea or activity to share??? Just link up … [ Keep reading… ]

Personalized Character Alphabet Book

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  Little Brother is slightly character-obsessed.  He loves characters from various cartoons/movies, so I wanted to put that "passion" to good use by helping to reinforce letter names and sounds by creating a character alphabet book for him.  We don't watch a ton of TV in our house (typically less than an hour a day, although it has been more in more trying seasons of our lives), but these c … [ Keep reading… ]

Ping Pong Alphabet Bounce

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This is a super-simple activity that Little Brother loved!  I used leftover ping pong balls from our hands-on blood demonstration and the plastic inserts that hold frozen quiche bites from a baby shower I helped with several months ago.  To keep from ping pong balls flying everywhere, I also used a shallow plastic tub to tame the bouncing.         1.  I used 1" circle labels to write th … [ Keep reading… ]