Share It Saturday #13 and Our Week In Review
Happy Easter to all of you!
A glance at our week includes lots of play, hanging out, and preparing for Easter.
Here are a couple of shots of our week:
We did a lot of this:
A little of this:
And a kiddie baking session. This cake is so good (despite it's looks!) It calls for a can of crushed pineapple in place of oil. It doesn't take much sugar and is still sweet from the pineapple juice. We had a lot of fun making our mini cakes. ((Big Sister and Little Guy each decorated their own layer.))
We used up a TON of Christmas sprinkles :)
Our most popular post of the week was our Creative Sensory Themed Easter Eggs. Looking for a fun and sensory inspired technique to dye eggs this year? Check out this round up. You can read the post here.
On to our Share It Saturday Features for this week.
We join the gals at Golden Grasses and Teach Beside Me as co-hosts in our weekly link up party...
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You will find so many wonderful ideas there!
We had so many great links posted this week. We went with an Easter Art theme. We LOVE art projects in our house. I can see us doing any of these creative and fun projects. Check out these bloggers. They had some fun with their Easter Art :)
Second Chance to Dream shares a bunch of completely cute Easter art projects. Adorable!
The Preppy Strawberry created a fun egg carton flower wreath. This looks great on the door :)
Gift of Curiosity had fun making crayon resist Easter eggs by painting with water colors. My kids would love this project!
Serenity You made quick and easy painted Easter eggs. Simple and perfect!
4 Kids 2 Guinea Pigs created eggs by using paints and bubble wrap for a fun sensory experience. This looks like fun!
Fun-A-Day made Easter eggs by using painted handprints. I LOVE this idea! They would be perfect for an Easter card for Grandparents.
Do you have a great play/creative learning idea that you would like to share? We would love to see it! Here are the "rules" for the party:
- Share any educational ideas, crafts, projects, recipes, etc. (Please no giveaways)
Visit the co-hosts and say hello (follow along too!)
Link up your posts and include a link back to this blog if you are participating.