Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up!

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

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Do you have leftover candy canes from Christmas?  Gift of Curiosity shares a Candy Cane Science Experiment!

Free Printable Beats on the Body Show and Share Saturday Link Up!

Get this free printable syllable game from Playdough to Plato…counting the “beats” within in a word is a great phonemic awareness activity!

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I wish this tutorial would have been around a few years ago…prior to the gnawing marks on our wooden crib!  At Altitude shares a DIY tutorial for creating your own crib rail teething pad!

Have an idea or activity to share??? Link up below! Next week I’ll be sharing my favorites from the ones you submit!

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  1. susan chamer says

    Dear Janae
    What a beautiful site you have created! and beautiful family. I came to it through your article in “Wake Up World” (mosquito spray). I am reposting the article for my new mommy and moms to be friends (and everyone else too). Always looking for safer ways to protect the children from dangerous chemicals. My 28 year old is allergic to EVERYTHING environmental and many foods. He still gets welts from bites but they were especially scary when he was little. Essential oils are wonderful alternatives but even with those I will have to tread carefully. One of the things he is off the charts reactive to is Bayberry! Who would have thought? We live in Florida since he was 2.

    So what is your safe solution to spiders?

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