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Amazingly, I'm still going thru all the great posts from last week! Lots of wonderful ideas :)
Here's two for this week: A fun one for summer was June holidays & fun days to celebrate.
I also did a post on What Kids Should Watch on TV which connects some of the learning media tv to activities parents can do connected with the show (trying to encourage not just watching learning shows but also getting some hands-on experience too).
Have a great week!
Jacquie - love the June holidays and fun days post. We'll try to celebrate some of those! We don't have a tv but you did an thorough job on the list of great tv shows. My girls have watched some of those on the PBS Kids website.
I tried to leave a comment on your blog but I don't think it worked!
Thanks for visiting the blog - sorry the comment didn't work (I'll make sure to check things out in case there's an issue). And I so enjoy hearing that there's still folks who don't have a tv! I always get slack from my kids because we only have 1 real tv in the house (and all their friends have tv's in their rooms) - NEVER, I tell them ;)
Jacquie, I pinned the TV post. GREAT post! I love the detail you went into for each show. Some of my homeschooling friends are extremely anti-TV, but it CAN be a very educational tool; if used that way.
I'm finally getting back into blogging again after being away home. These past two weeks we've been crafting like crazy.
For a simple Olympic torch craft: http://crystalstinytreasures.com/wordpress/?p=433
For a spidey snack when hunger strikes our little creatures: http://crystalstinytreasures.com/wordpress/?p=553
We've been continuing our frog life cycle adventures: http://crystalstinytreasures.com/wordpress/?p=522
Have a great week and I look forward to seeing yoru blogs!
Crystal- I loved all your posts. Love the frog pictures. We raised butterflies this year. Its been a few since we raised frogs. That should be next! Thanks for sharing! -Tonya
Thank you very much! It's still all new to me. I must see if anyone nearby has a butterfly farm they no longer use and we could try it next year, that would be interesting and hubby would enjoy it, too!
Have a great week!
Crystal - Olympic torch is great! so easy and fun. Which reminds me, we should have a 'we teach' Olympics board on Pinterest for all the Olympic posts that will be coming this summer - I'll send a message to Amy.
And I remember raising frogs (boy was that a summer!) - I think my 9 year old would that like since the last time we did it she was a babe. Thanks for planting that seed!
That would be fun Jacquie!
These are wonderful! You include such nice photos. I am also remembering "frog summers" when I was young. Thanks so much, Carolyn
This week, I did a guest post (my first!) on Ready. Set. Read! on Road Trip Music for Kids http://www.readysetread2me.blogspot.com/2012/06/road-trip-music-for...
This is a fun one using boomwhackers to learn some major tones-with a video http://www.stringskeysandmelodies.com/2012/06/exploring-major-tones...
I also did one on the summertime happenings around here -http://www.stringskeysandmelodies.com/2012/06/summertime-summertime...
Thanks for reading!
Jackie Higgins, you can add Tonya's guest post to your Pinterest board! The road trip music one, not the boomwhackers! :-) Your family has a fun life, Tonya! What lucky children. Carolyn