11/19/2011

The Sunday Showcase A Child Centered Linky with Thanksgiving Features

Welcome to 
the Fabulous Sunday Showcase -
where we showcase YOU!
  The SUnday Showcase
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 relaxed linky but there are a few guidelines.

Anything kid friendly and/or child centered is welcome!

We don't 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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This week's Showcase Features
taken from last week's post:

The "most clicked" idea from last week's linky -
Living Life Intentionally's Advent Calendar ideas.

In case you haven't completed your Thanksgiving crafting
here are a few of our favorites from last week:

School Time Snippet's Indian Unit

Adventures of the Smith Family

  The Golden Gleam created an amazing 

Mommy On Timeout shared with us these adorable


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
Sensory Acorn Craft
Sensory Acorn Craft
http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com

A mix of coffee and oatmeal make this acorn 
a wonderful sensory experience for children. 
The textures and scents are lovely for little hands to work with.


Classified:Mom
Pilgrim and Wampanoag Faces Thanksgiving Craft
Pilgrim and Wampanoag Faces Thanksgiving Craft http://www.classifiedmom.com

Learn how to create the face of a Pilgrim and Wampanoag people made from wood, yarn, feathers and foam sheets with this Thanksgiving craft idea. Although this momma decided to do this craft on her own, children 7 and up could easily accomplish this with little help.



Thank you for linking up with us!
Aimee (Classified:Mom) & Bernadette (Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas)

2 comments:

  1. New linker and follower:) Cute Thanksgiving day craft, we did a pilgrim lunchbag puppet I'll probably be linking next time! Blessings!

    http://homeschoolmama3.blogspot.com/

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  2. I want to ask you a solution to one of my problem which i am facing these days.My kid Abdullah who is 3 years old all the time wathing pogo channel and not accept any thing offered to him in place of it.I had been trying hard but all in vain.

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