Just in case you needed an accurate chart of what blooms when.
Happy Mother’s Day!
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Doodles and Jots has its first guest post today! Please join me in welcoming Crab, Crab, Fish who has a very fun and education game to share. Check it out…
If you are into building stuff than you will like this activity!
What you’ll need… a handful of popsicle sticks and string (we used yarn). Have your mom cut a couple of the popsicle sticks in half and one at the 2/3rds mark with a utility knife. Cut a few lengths of string (one at 12 inches and two at 6 inches). And then start building!
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This post is linked up with It’s Playtime at Kids Activities Blog. Check it out for lots of great playtime ideas!
I have a super duper quickie last minute Easter craft for you today! Print out the following PDF: easter surprise then cut out the chick and egg shapes. Trace the shapes on construction paper. Use a light color for the egg if you plan to decorate it. Cut out two egg shapes but only add the crack to one. Cut out the chick shape and give it an eye and orange beak. Next add a perimeter of glue on the inside to one egg shape. Then sandwich your chick between the egg shapes. Make sure to center your chick so it doesn’t get glued too.
Skip the crack all together and let the chick or chicks peck their own way out!
Happy Easter Friends!
P.S. I did it! This is egg post number 12!
We used to go out for breakfast on the weekends all the time before kids but since kids it is not as fun for me. I don’t know about your kids but my kids don’t like restaurants and all the waiting, even though we bring activities and restaurants hand out crayons. I also prefer eating a little lighter in the morning and maximizing my weekend time. So I guess I get antsy too but my husband still really like to go I acquiesce once in a while. That once in a while was this past weekend… Continue reading
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