Yeah! Linky Tools is back up so we can all share ! This linky is open to any links that might help parents or teachers make learning fun for the kids they care for. Feel free to link up a post or two and visit as many of the links as you want!
If you are a frequent reader you might know that I am not a huge Seuss fan. It’s not that I don’t like him or his books it’s just that I didn’t grow up reading them and never developed a deep connection. We own a few of his books and enjoy them but I don’t have a huge selection of Dr.Seuss activities to share. Luckily I know a lot of amazing bloggers and when I asked them if they had any links to share I was overwhelmed with a seriously wonderful collection of activities. Here are 55 of the very best Dr.Seuss activities for kids. The book titles are affiliate links to Amazon.com.
Link & Learn is back! We took a forced vacation last week because we were having server issues and decided to jump from one hosting company to another. Since we missed last week I hope you will link up at least two posts each to share with No Time For Flash Card readers.
I have seen how popular our Valentine’s Day crafts and activities have been. I am expecting a ton from y’all too but as always you are free to share anything you think would benefit my readers and fit here on the blog.
Did you see our Valentine’s Day round up ? 25 different Simple Valentine’s Day Crafts that are easy as pie to make. You should check them out after you check out great links below.
I made a Love Bug Butterfly Craft with my son many years ago but have never made one of these classic Valentine’s day crafts with my youngest. So looking around at what supplies I had on hand and how she loves to play with things after we make them cork Love Bugs just made sense. You could use paint but I opted for the least amount of drying time so we could play with them by dinner time when the glue dried.
Gather your materials. You will need some corks, red markers, googly eyes, glue, double stick tape ( or more glue if drying time isn’t a concern), pink and or red construction paper, a heart punch or scissors, and a tray to keep the rolly polly corks on the table and frustration levels low.
Start by coloring your corks. My daughter decided to make a mama and a baby love bug so she colored two while I made one as well. If you want to spread this craft out over a longer period you could paint the corks and wait for them to dry. We are not good at waiting so we used sharpies.
Happy 2014! Are you back from your “vacation” yet or are you still in candy cane and sugar cookie land? I am having the hardest time getting back into the groove so I am hoping your posts will inspire me too!
Link up crafts for kids, activities, early education lessons… anything that can be useful for parents and/or teachers. There are no hoops – just link up! Of course if you want to explore the other links please do. I have found the most incredible blogs through Link & Learn.