Wow! Last week's Show and Tell was packed with fantastic Thanksgiving crafts, foods, and lessons. You have all had some busy little learners in your lives. I think I am going to bookmark the entire post to be inspired next November. In addition to some great holiday links, there were some fun imaginative play suggestions I'd like to feature here today!
Jada Roo Can Do set up an outdoor shoe shop for some practice and play.
The percentage lesson from Smallgood Hearth would be useful for helping older children understand how to figure out the prices and savings on Jada Roo's shoes. It is also a good review for all the holiday shoppers out there!
Liz has designed some colorful layouts for documenting all of her (and yours!) learning experiences by the month. (Don't miss the digital storybook giveaway that closes this Friday).
The Iowa Farmer's Wife suggests three DIY gifts for kids that all offer opportunities for pretend play.It's your turn!
Please remember these rules:
~Post an Ah-Ha moment, an experiment, learning game, field trip, whatever you're currently working on, your child's fridge worthy artwork, handmade gifts, or anything holiday related.
~Direct link to your post, not your home page.
~Include a link back to us or our link button in your post.
~If you come back and your link is missing, double check to make sure you've followed the directions!
~Most importantly, please try to visit and comment on at least three links. Spread the comment love and make someone's day!