Show-and-Share Saturday Link Up!

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

How to Read Stories Online for Free 300x427 Show and Share Saturday Link Up!

Kathy’s Cluttered Mind shares the Top 10 Websites to Read Stories Online for Free

 

 

 

 

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Valentines Day might be over, but this Peacock Heart Craft from Meaningful Mama is an excellent way to teach your child about the true love found in 1 Corinthians anytime of the year!

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Full Hands Full Hearts shares this Easter Book Basket idea to read throughout Lent.

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  1. Joanne Schmidt says

    Hi – I enjoyed your entries about your “Snow Days’ last week – your sons seemed to be having a great time in the snow :)
    I noticed on our T.V. weather news tonight that there is another storm in the U.S. mid-west – which I think is the area you live in – if you haven’t done it yet, it might be the time to make “Snow Ice Cream” for the boys – a tasty treat on a winter day. In my community in the Ontario “Near North”, which means not “really ” north, but not the warmer urban southern Ontario either. The snow is at least 2 feet deep in many open areas, the lake has been frozen since mid December, and there have been more snow / ice days this year than usual. Spring will arrive – the snow will start melting in early to mid-March – and our trees will leaf out by mid-May.

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