Share It Saturday #19 and Our Week In Review | The OT Toolbox

Share It Saturday #19 and Our Week In Review

 Our Week-In-Review...
 
It's that time again! We are ready for the weekend and hope you had a wonderful week. We have so much fun with Share It Saturday.  We love seeing what you've been up to each week.  Here's what we've been up to...
 
We made some blue sand this week and did a little letter formation on a tray.  Watch for a blog post about this one!
 
 
We went out for a nature walk and did a little sorting with some cinder blocks.  Each section was perfect for sorting leaves, sticks, and rocks.
 
 
Big Sister insisted we make a well.  A well, we made! We used a 5 gallon bucket, a couple of wooden planks, duct tape, a paper shopping bag, and crafting paper.  She's been hauling in water ever since!

 
One of us sister's is a teacher and wish a happy Teacher Appreciation week to all teachers out there.
Teacher Appreciation week is May 6-10. 

 
Another of us sisters is a nurse and wish a Happy Nurse Appreciation week to all of the nurses who work so hard each day.
Nurse Appreciation week is May 6th-12th.
 
And on to our favorite day of the week...

Share It Saturday!  

 
We join the gals at Teach Beside Me and Golden Grasses as co-hosts in our weekly link up party.
 
Grab our button and join us in sharing your fabulous ideas!  
 

 
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Were you Featured this week? Grab our button and brag to all of your friends ;)
 
 
Sugar Aunts

 
 
 
 This Week's Features:
 
What Mommy doesn't LOVE handmade handprint artwork from their little ones on Mother's Day.  Check out this adorable collection of sweet little hand prints. 
 
Happy Mother's Day to all of you Mothers out there!
 
 





































Judy's Handmade Creations made super cute paper flowers.
Like Mama Like Daughter created handprint flowers.
There's Just One Mommy made a bunch of sweet little cardboard tube flowers.
Homeschooling Mom came up with an egg carton version of the flower bunch.
Mama to 5 Blessings used plastic water bottles to make fun flowers.
We Made That did their version of the handprint flowers.
Adventures With Jude painted a recycled tin can and planted real flowers.




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