Share It Saturday #15 and Our Week in Review

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It’s Saturday!!!

Here we are again, where did this week go???  I know we say that every week, but seriously this week went by at super speed.
We had some major fun on a preschool field trip at the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum.  The picture below was a fun light table covered with sand.  Little guy (almost 2) had so much fun playing with this.  They had toy trucks and shovels and who doesn’t love those?!?!
There is a great art room with tons of fun stuff to do…including paint!  And the best part is all the mess stays there.
Big sister (4) had a message to send to
daddy while I was working at home.  She insisted that I take a photo of
her note and text it to daddy ๐Ÿ™‚  His response was “hungry!”

And this little guy is the BIGGEST helper!  He helped me spread mulch, carry rocks from the creek in his wagon, and carefully placed the rocks around the tree.  All with a big smile! Can’t get any better than that.
 Our most popular post this week was our Snowy Farm Sensory Bin
 Even thought the weather is changing here, this is still so much fun!!!
Now that we have shared some of our week with you, let’s take a peek at what all of you have been up to.
It’s time for Share It Saturday!

We join the gals at Teach Beside Me and Golden Grasses as co-hosts in our weekly link up party.

We are featuring a collection of creative and fun play ideas geared toward Toddlers this week.  Each of us sisters have an active, always learning, and AMAZING toddler.  That makes three crazy toddlers that would LOVE to do any of these activities.  Explore these blogs, friends.  They have so many ideas to share!

Wildflower Ramblings created a fun treasure bin to explore black and white animals.
Gift of Curiosity shares how she taught “hard” and “soft” to toddlers.
For the Love of Learning shows us a fun invitation to tong pom poms into an ice cream sundae.  My kids would LOVE this!
Princesses, Pies, and Preschool Pizzazz made these awesome color bottles. What a great sensory and learning experience for toddlers!
Howling at the Moon made a fun baby toy. But knowing toddlers, they would be into this way past the baby stage…throwing/catching/kicking/hiding it!
My Nearest and Dearest shares her magnet and tin can sculpture.  I LOVE this…what a fun play and learning activity for toddlers!
Thrive 360 Living made this super fun train to teach colors. Isn’t it the cutest play idea??

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13 thoughts on “Share It Saturday #15 and Our Week in Review”

  1. Thank you for hosting. I'm new to your group. Just wanted to let you know that I think there is a lot of code missing so I used the button code on your sidebar.

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    Simplee Sue

  2. Thanks for linking up! I can completely see my toddler throwing this baby toy around ๐Ÿ™‚ It's such a sweet little toy for baby-toddler years…and probably preschool for the constantly throwing things boy stage, although I'm not sure if that stage ever ends!

  3. Thank you! There are some really talented and creative bloggers who link up, ((That totally includes you!))…we are very excited to see what is shared each week! Thank YOU for joining us ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Thanks for including our magnet and tin can sculpture in your features this week. We continue to have lots of fun with them. Today my little guy and I made silly faces on them and he got a huge kick out of that. The magnets that I glued feathers to made for the perfect hair. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. That's fun! It's great when they want to keep playing with the activity…you know it was a good one! Yours would be a perfect craft to add to our new group Pinterest board, "Trash turned Kids crafts"! I am going to pin it and would love if you collaborated with us. I'll send you an invite ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Thanks for joining us and for linking up again (I was hoping you would…you have awesome ideas!!) I really love the simplicity and the colors to your train rocks. And you can use them over and over again with imagination play, small world play…

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