Kids Crafts { Add Yours! }

kids crafts

 

What have you been up to this week? Ours was dominated by Science Fair for my kindergartener and bulldozers for my toddler. Share what you were doing this week by linking up a post or two below .

If you have never linked up to this linky party before let me tell you that it’s not exclusive , there are no hoops to jump through all you need to do is link up a post or two about kids crafts, early education or anything else that will help kids and the adults who care for them have more fun and learning in their day.



Crafts & Activities For Kids {Add Yours}

kids crafts

 

It was spring break this week for my kindergartener and we spent most of it in our cul-de-sac shooting hoops with the basketball that the Easter Bunny gave my son. My daughter was entertained with the ever present puddles. This simple play was the perfect balance to my late nights putting the finishing touches on my new e-book for bloggers, Connect With Your Readers & Build A Better Blog, which I released yesterday.  I am thrilled with the reader response so far!

 

Let’s see what you and your kids were up to this week. Add a link below and share with me and my readers.

 

I know I say this every week but I don’t want anyone to feel they aren’t welcome. If you are new here and are thinking of linking up don’t be shy. Add your post!  I can’t wait to check it out.



Kids Crafts { Add Your Post!}

kids crafts

I have been surrounded by amazing bloggers this weekend at Blissdom in Dallas but I know that that is not the only place I can find fantastic blogs . Link & Learn and all of you let me and my readers connect with wonderful ides and activities week after week. Thank you for making Sunday such a wonderfully creative sharing day .

If you are new here please do not leave without linking up. I want to see what you have to share and so do my readers. There are no real rules, just keep it relevant to kids activities, early learning and parenting .



Kids Crafts & Activities { Link Up! }

link & Learn 2012This week was a whirlwind and before you link up your amazing, creative and helpful blog posts I want to share a bit of news.

Many years ago I said to myself that one day I’d work with Scholastic. You may already know that this blog is syndicated on Scholastic.com but as of this week I am also anchoring the Raise A Reader blog on Scholastic Parents. I am incredibly excited to have a chance to share my passion for literacy with other parents . I am even more excited I get to do it with a dear friend and all around fantastic educator Amy Mascott from teachmama.com.

Check out Raise A Reader here.

Now enough about me! Link up and share.