Fun Summer Activities { Link Up }

rp_link-learn-2014-455x178111.jpgWhat have you been you up to this week? Don’t tell us , show us by linking up!

I have started a few new Pinterest boards for you to check out as well:

My Classroom  – this board is where I pin ideas I think I want to use or adapt for my 2-3 year old class I will be teaching starting this school year.

Back To School – all different school ideas for parents and teachers.



Summer Learning Activities – Link Up!

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Play is learning as are new experiences, reading books, creating art… there is very little if any time when a child isn’t learning! The trick is choosing what you want them to learn about. Luckily we have Link & Learn to point us in all different directions. There is no way one blog can provide you with everything so every week I invite like minded bloggers to come share activities on Link & Learn. This week I would love to see learning activities that were huge successes with your kids linked up. Maybe it’s something like our Sticky Easel activity that started out simply but turned into a wonderful storytelling activity or another simple lesson that your children created into something much bigger.

If you are new here jump right in. There are very few rules or hoops to jump through, just link up and if you have time check out some of the other links too!



Kids Activities – add your links!

rp_link-learn-2014-455x17811.jpgI hope all of you who were celebrating this week either Canada Day or 4th of July had safe and happy celebrations. I had a wonderful holiday and am trying my best to plan out a great summer filled with kids activities , family fun, and summer reading. Most of what we do all summer is play, lay out in the yard with books, and splash at the local pool! On rainy days and early mornings, or those days when the TV is on too much I plan an activity. My go to place for ideas beyond my own is Pinterest – specifically my Summer Fun For Kids board.

Wonder where I find all the ideas to add to it? You are looking at it. Link & Learn is my secret pipeline for awesome ideas. So please don’t be shy add your links and share in the fun.



Summer Activities For Kids { Add Your Link}

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It’s the summer!!!

I am still so excited about not having to wake up early to catch the school bus, which is great because we’ve been staying up way too late reading The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. That’s an affiliate link to Amazon if you want to read a review, we will have a review when we are done too!

What have you been up to? If you have been blogging about summer activities for kids please share them below! I love checking out what you have been up to and pinning them to my Summer Fun Pinterest board. I love your ideas!



Summer Activity Ideas For Kids { Add Yours!}

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Are you ready to send them back to school already? I hope not, summer should be fun.  If you are help is on the way!  Check out the links below for great summer activity ideas( and these a few of your own).

For teachers – I have started writing lesson plans for my class and am starting to pin ideas to My Classroom board on Pinterest. My students are 2-3 years old but even if you teach older kids you might find something fresh you can adapt.

Have an awesome week!