I can’t believe it’s already Friday again! This past week went by quickly since we were packing to evacuate our townhouse and bunker down with friends. Thankfully, our area was spared major damage and we we’re able to lug all of our things back home on Tuesday.
Please, continue to keep all those who were affected by Hurricane Sandy in your thoughts and prayers.
We finished up our 31 Days of Busy Bags & Quiet Time Activities Series (although we still have lots of ideas to share).
:: Bean Sorting Busy Bag
:: Play-dough Busy Bag Ideas
:: Busy Bags On-the-Go Guest Post
:: Wood and Felt Matching Game Busy Bag
:: Quiet Time Tuesday #5: More Ideas for Room Quiet Time & Quiet Time Bins
:: Busy Bag & Quiet Time Activity Linky Party…come share!
And if you’re interested at all in healthy living, you won’t want to miss the incredible deal going on right now on a huge Healthy Living eBook Bundle, Free Gifts and Prize Pack! You’ll want to jump on it, since the sale ends Monday at 8 pm EST (November 5th).
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This week’s featured posts…
With our daughter in Kindergarten I’m always on the lookout for a fun teaching reading activity. This sight words activity from Life with Moore Babies is just perfect.
I also love the sandpaper and yarn activity shares by Hey Mommy, Chocoloate Milk. The same activity could also be adapted for numbers and shapes, too.
Becoming a parent can really change your perspective. I love how Jacquelyn describes how her daughter helped change the way she see the world (and strangers).
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What projects do you have planned for this coming week?