Share It Saturday #6 and our week in review

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I brought the kid’s easel up from the basement after they were in bed one night so they would wake up to a fun surprise. They loved seeing it in our living room and the little message made them smile.
Here is a rundown of some other fun things we did…
Painting (turned into little brother painting big sisters hands and then beautiful hand prints).
A little geography lesson given by some cute little ladies.  Here they are teaching me where Santa lives!
Baking, baking, and more baking of some cookies for a fun event coming up this weekend.  This also involved making a run to the local resale store and making this cute tiered tray to hold the cookies.
And this week little guy was such a big helper, I just had to share this cute photo of him sweeping our floors.  He put on daddy’s hat and went to work, gotta love that!

We have been spending a little time on Pinterest to gear up for making pre school treat bags for the Valentine’s Day parties coming up next week.  Is it just me, or is Valentine’s Day getting a lil’ crazy with the school parties??? I remember signing my She-Ra (Princess of Power) Valentine’s Day cards and being done with….

These are only a few of our Favorites from this week.  Check out these lovely blogs.  These ladies have some fabulous ideas.

School Time Snippets created a slew of Penguin themed activities including cute penguins from toilet paper rolls.
Housing a Forest made and painted gorgeous icicles.  My kids would LOVE doing this!
Reading Confetti came up with a way to encourage literacy and fine motor skills using a Valentine box. How fun!


7 thoughts on “Share It Saturday #6 and our week in review”

  1. Thank you so much for the invite, it was an honor to join your party. I love the blog and I am now a follower. I run a small daycare in my home and love all the ideas. Thanks again, Rhonda

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