Time to link up your best post of the week and learn something new from all the other linked up posts. Last week this Cupcake Matching Game by Playing House and theses Eggs In A Nest by Teaching the Punk really caught my eye but there were so many great links last week I am still going through them! Have a great week.
Your Sunday link ups have become something I look forward to. Thanks for helping us all share. 🙂
Chasing Supermom says
I know most people leave a link to a post about a learning activity…I almost always do when I link up here. However, I had such a great response with my post about my miscarriage over on my site, that I wanted to take the opportunity to possibly help more women going through the same thing.
I think that is a great idea – I am off to read it now. Thank you for sharing it here .
I love all the links on this site! 🙂 Mine is a strategy that can be worked in to lots of toddler activities.
I love your blog, and this link up which gives me the opportunity not only to share what I’ve been doing, but to get great ideas and inspiration too. Thank you!
Thanks for the link up! I can’t wait to see some of the great activities. The wobble painting activity that I linked up could be used with very young children (infants-preschool) or with children with physical difficulties at an even older age! (of course, just about everyone loved it 🙂
Toddler Approved says
Thanks for the link up!! We posted our favorite Easter craft from this week.
I just found your blog this last week and I am excited to follow along as well as look at other great posts from this link idea. thanks.
Thanks for the link up! I have linked up the Rainbow Bottle Luminary! We used an masking tape to paint rainbow on recycled glass jars
Danielle Scribner says
Thank you for the link up! I linked up our book club and our 30 Day Outside Challenge!
Mariah M says
Hey Danielle! Fancy meeting you here lol. I’m working on an Outdoor Survival Kit post and a list of 30 min Outdoor Activities for the 30 day challenge. I’ve told my boys about it too. We’re all excited to see if we can do it rain or shine.
Thanks for hosting the link up! I find so many great ideas that I do many during out “tot school”
Thanks once again for the opportunity to link up! I love the sense of community that is building up here 🙂
Mariah M says
Hi Allison. I’m such a fan of your site. I linked to a word scavenger hunt game that kids can play anywhere…even in the grocery store while you shop. Thanks for allowing the opportunity to share this with others.
Melissa Taylor says
I love this idea to get introduced to new blogs and ideas, thanks!
Tonya Staab says
Love no.68. What a great idea, I think I need to grab a couple of point and shoots and try that too.
Weiser Academy says
Great Link Up.
Today I posted about a Garden Challenge and about Quiet Puzzle Play. Shhhhhhhh.
Can’t wait to read all the links!
Angela @ AM2CW says
I posted my Easter Egg Counting game but find 2 more games geared to Easter Egg use on the blog too
Love your ideas!
Angela @ Kinder Days says
thank you for the link up! i just posted to a facebook post you had today. =) I have been a follower forever! =) thanks for allowing folks to get inspired from each other! have a great week,