Pirates' Gold Number Play
We've been exploring Pirate Week here at our house. We all love pirates; in fact I realized I've never shared this picture from this past Halloween of our whole family in their pirate wear. So when Big Brother asked for a "Pirate Week" I couldn't resist. Beyond reading some pirate books, wearing our pirate costumes, and talking like a pirate this week I wanted to create some fun learning and crafting opportunities around pirates. I've been thinking for a while about how to turn Big Brother's…
These are a few of my favourite (found) things, Part 2
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Sam on Instagram: “Thinking that I might have to incorporate some sort of mermaid theme into the weekly #colormadehappydoodles challenge. What other themes…”
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Under the Sea Life Fairytale Theme Story Stones Painted | Etsy
*Please read all item details including future care and recommendations* Kids love to use their imagination, which promotes thinking, creativity and speech. My story stones are painted rocks designed to fuel a child's imagination and creativity. They can use them to tell a story, pretend play, or carry around as pet rocks. Story stones are great for group play as well. Each child can hold one stone, sit in a circle and take turns adding to the story using the picture on their rock…