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Blocks, Butterflies, Boxes of Sand, and Root Beer

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Welcome to a new week of the Preschool and Kindergarten Community! It’s great to have you here. Every week I have fun browsing your links and seeing all of the fun learning ideas you all are sharing with others.

Learning Activities for Mega Bloks

Have a bucket full of Mega Bloks in your house? Check out these learning ideas from Mom Inspired and have a little fun pulling dumping out that bucket together!

 

How to Make a Root Beer Float

If your child is a little hesitant to write, check out this yummy idea from Journey to Josie. They made root beer floats together and wrote down the process. Simple activity, but something that is sure to keep the interest of the kids!

 

Egypt Sensory Box

Studying geography this year? Here’s a fun idea for the county of Egypt. Natural Beach Living put together a sensory box full of things that represent the country of Egypt.

 

Bug Wall

Joyfully Weary and her children have been busy creating a TON of insects together. I love how they have them displayed in their home. This past week Rachel shared how they made coffee filter butterflies.

 

light-play

Racheous and her family took a trip to a local art gallery and had MUCH fun exploring light, shadows, and reflections.

Thanks so much for linking up!

 

Follow the PreK and Kindergarten Community Pinterest Board

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Each week I am  pinning many of your links onto the Preschool and Kindergarten Community Pinterest Board. I’m a visual person, so having pictures to help me remember posts is super helpful. Be sure to jump over and follow the board – and find some fun ideas at the same time!

 

Link Up with the Preschool and Kindergarten Community!

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Share what you are doing with your kids! Please link your exact blog post to the Mr. Linky below and link back here too! Grab a button for your post below and be sure to take a minute to visit the person who linked up before you. You can read more in the updated guidelines for Preschool and Kindergarten Community. By linking up, you are granting permission for me to share your wonderful ideas and pictures with others in periodic show-and-tell posts.

Be specific in your ‘link title’. Leave either your blog name or theme and provide an age range for your activities. Something a little like this:

Police Officer Theme {ages 4-5}

 

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  • Thanks for featuring my Mega Bloks post this week!

  • Rachel Brown

    Thank you for featuring Racheous :)

  • Most welcome. :)

  • WhitneyPeters

    Hi, I’m new and of course I messed up my link! Isn’t that always the way!!! Sorry, I didn’t put and age range, my bad!!! If you delete my link I’ll link again and do it right– or if you think I’m a total doofus for not getting that after reading the sample with the age range then I understand, sorry!!
    Nice to meet you, found you from Ed. Spin on it :)
    http://www.penpalsandpicturebooks.com

  • Whitney – Feel free to add your new link and I can easily delete the other one. No worries!! Glad to have you linking up and look forward to visiting you this week! :)

  • WhitneyPeters

    AHHH! I finally remembered to fix the link…..and I see you fixed it for me! THANK YOU!!! Sorry!! I feel like this was bad blogger etiquette on my part! I apologize!!

  • WhitneyPeters

    I did get your button for our link page this trip :)
    Thanks Jolanthe!!!

  • No worries – I was there, so I took care of it. :)


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