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Preschool and Kindergarten Community weekly linkup

Ready for another week of linking up and sharing ideas? I am so glad that you are stopping by today (really, I am!) and can’t wait to see what you all have to share this week. Be sure to stop by our PreK & K Pinterest board to see a collection of the different posts we are pinning – including yours!

Don’t forget to link up a post or two of yours and share what you’ve been working on with your kids! Here are a few fun ideas from last week’s linkup.

DIY Powdered Paint

DIY Paint

If you have sidewalk chalk, you’ll want to check out the homemade powdered paint from P is for Preschooler. Such a fun activity to work on together and create a little something fun.

2 Ingredient Homemade Rocks

DIY Rocks

While you may have rocks galore in your yard, these 2 ingredient homemade rocks would be a lot of fun to make with your kids too! Visit Stella 123 for the quick tutorial.

Summer Learning Guides

Weekly Activities for Kids ages 1 to 5

Discover, Play, Engage, and Learn

Weekly activity guides for kids age 1 to 5 from Hands on As We Grow

Noodle Sensory Shapes

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A cup of cooked spaghetti noodles is a great sensory tool, especially for learning how to form shapes – even numbers and letters. Visit Cup of Delight for a peek at their noodle sensory fun.

Hot & Cold Fireworks


Fireworks in a jar are fun, but this twist on the old science experiment would be fun to try with any age. Planet Smarty shares a Hot and Cold Liquid Fireworks experiment you could pull out and work on a rainy day.

That’s it for this week! Can’t wait to see what you all have been up to this week. Don’t forget to visit a few others linking up and share what they’ve been up to as well!

Follow the Preschool and Kindergarten Community Pinterest Board

Preschool Pinterest Board

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!

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Link Up with the Preschool and Kindergarten Community!

Homeschool Preschool: Preschool and Kindergarten Community linkup at Homeschool CreationsShare 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 and be sure to take a minute to visit the person who linked up before you.

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