Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids & More { Add Your Posts }

preschool blogCan you believe it’s almost Thanksgiving? More importantly at our house it’s my son’s 8th birthday. How in the world is he 8? This is the first picture I took of him for the blog way back in early 2008. the start of ntffc

He’s getting closer and closer to my height and let’s not talk about his negotiation skills ” Mom, I would love to do this math activity for you and the blog, how about if I do I get… ” I’ve always asked my kids if they want to help me share ideas and now that he is 8 the answer is sometimes no and I respect that…school is his job, the blog is mine. Really though it just makes me work that much harder to find something so cool he can’t wait to do it.

He was born on Thanksgiving and in his honor let’s all share the very best Thanksgiving posts we have from this year and years past ( feel free to add multiple links). If Thanksgiving isn’t your thing just add a few favorites , I have shared so many Thanksgiving ideas ( check out yesterday’s Turkey post! ) I am going to share some of my son’s all time favorites :

 

Snow Globe Snowman

Knight’s Shield

Marshmallow Snowman

Painting With Water

Raising Boys Who Want To Read



Kids Craft Ideas Linky { join in by adding your post! }

preschool blogTonight I asked my Facebook community if they thought it was too early to post Christmas craft ideas. The overwhelming answer was no. That is my green light! I am brainstorming as soon as I post Link & Learn and will have a few fun Christmas crafts for you soon.

You can see some fun ideas on our Christmas With Little Kids board on Pinterest.

Now let’s see what you have to share!



Thanksgiving and Christmas Crafts For Kids { link yours! }

preschool blogI know it’s not even Thanksgiving and already I am pinning Christmas crafts but for teachers, home daycare providers and well organized parents it’s time to plan for these amazing holidays. Even though the title of Link & Learn this week is Thanksgiving and Christmas crafts for kids please feel free to add other celebrations as well. I know that Hanukkah is starting mid December this year, Winter Solstice is the 21st, and Kwanzaa begins on December 26th. My point is that everything and everyone is welcomed. Thanksgiving and Christmas crafts for kids are just the two most searched for on our site right now!

You can see more of our holiday ideas on our Pinterest boards :

best pinterest boards for Christmas planning

DIY Thanksgiving {everything Thanksgiving}

Holiday Crafts & Activities { all holidays }

Christmas with Little Kids {gifts, crafts, activities for 10 and under crowd }

Christmas at Home { everything Christmas but mostly sugary treats… I am not eating sugar right now but man am I pinning it}

Enough about MY stuff, let me see yours!



Link up your posts about kids crafts and early learning!

preschool blogI hope your Halloween was fun and you haven’t been dealing with too many sugar crashes! If you didn’t see our post yesterday we shared 7 fun ways to use Halloween candy for educational activities. Check it out and maybe some of the candy can go to great use.

Now that I have shared what we have been doing, tell me what you have! I can’t wait to see your posts about kids crafts and early learning activities.

If you are a reader without a blog to link up ( most of you are) I hope Link & Learn is a super helpful one stop shop for finding new ideas. You can stop here before hitting up Pinterest.



Share Your Preschool Ideas and Kids Crafts – Link Up Now!

preschool blogPower lines are down all over town after a bad windstorm so I think we might be skipping church in the morning which means… Pjs and Pinterest for me ( at least until the kids need breakfast ! ) so link up NOW and amaze me with your brilliant kids crafts, Halloween ideas, and preschool ideas. Those are just suggestions though because really any post that you think families, parents, kids, or teachers could benefit from is welcome.

I hope you have a lovely week filled with learning and play!