7/16/2011

The Sunday Showcase 7/17


The SUnday Showcase
Welcome to the Fabulous Sunday Showcase -
where we showcase YOU!

We feel confident in saying that this linky is always full of amazing ideas so be sure to check out what your fellow bloggers have linked-up. You will be inspired, awed and ready to create!
If you are here for the first time please take a moment to read our informational post for full details - we like to think this is a pretty fun and flexible place but there are a few guidelines.

Anything kid friendly and/or child centered is welcome!
We do not accept links for giveaways, shops, or downloads for purchase, etc.
They will be deleted & we do monitor our links.

If you're linking up with us - please visit some of your fellow bloggers!
We ALL love comments, encouragement, feedback, etc.

One of your 2 Hostesses (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas and/or Classified:Mom)
will be visiting & commenting on your shared link(s) -
we always appreciate your comment love too!

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Here are this week's Showcase Features
(chosen from last week's entries)
Marcia from Learning Ideas Grades K-8 connected science and art in her lesson Red Eye Tree Frog


Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational  taught us how to make a
Paint-Your-Organs Shirt (and Printable Body Boo)


Living at The Whitehead's Zoo showed us how to make an inexpensive Pond Sensory Bin


Rashmie from Mommy Labs recycled and turned Styrofoam Plates 
into Mosaics and Stencils – For Open-ended Art


If you have been featured, grab a button you deserve it!


The Sunday Showcase Feature


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Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
Easy Paper Towel Roll Octopus
I love using paper towel & toilet rolls for our craft projects!
It is quite amazing what a lil paint & creativity can make out of recycled goods.
Here, I am sharing our adorable octopus with you -
didn't they come out too cute?! Enjoy!


Classified: Mom
Abstract Shapes Picture
Shapes are everywhere. Anything that you look at can be broken down into basic shapes. Teaching children this basic concept can open the door to endless creative possibilities as well as teaching them their shapes.


5 year old "The Soccer Game"



3 comments:

  1. Great link-up! I'm a new follower.
    suchakingdom.blogspot.com

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  2. New Facebook Liker and Blog Follower from Lets Get Social Blog Hop!

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  3. Aimee, thanks for the invite! Love your party :)

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