High Five! [week 9]

High Five!
to This Week’s 5 Hands On Finds!
These are 5 Activities and Crafts that I’ve found  
but haven’t had time to try them out yet, but want to make sure I do them.
[my very high-tech way of bookmarking them]
High Five!

GAK : Mom's Crafty Space Building Buildings : kinderpendent Bird's Nest : {Share & Remember} Picture Tape : A Little Learning for Two R is for Rock : Naturally Educational Funnest Kind of Paint : Curly Birds Rainbow Spin Art : ABC's of Jess's House Grocery Scavenger Hunt : My Kids Make Nailing a Collage : Littlest Birds Studio
Where’d these finds come from?
The following blogs that are full of hands on finds!
[Be sure to give them a High Five! and check out their blogs and leave a comment.]

Collecting rocks to write letters…
Looks like some learning might be done outside this year – in the sandbox.

[2] Picture Tape : A Little Learning for Two 

This just looks like fun.
Henry always wants to help when we’re wrapping presents – why not add a personal touch?
I think this may be something to do during the
 ‘Can You Come Outside to Play’ challenge we joined this month!
[4]  Building Buildings : kinderpendent 
Check out the idea of involving a bunch of children in creating one masterpiece.
Plus, a very simple way of building buildings! Architecture!

[5] GAK : Mom’s Crafty Space 

Oh, I remember Gak in all its sliminess.

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  1. Candace @Naturally Educational says

    Thank you so much for adding our outdoor word building to your list! There are some fun ones here we'll definitely try!

  2. Heidi @ Mom's Crafty Space says

    Thanks for adding us to your list! I'm definitely going to have to try the rocks out – my boys would love it! :)

  3. Hey-Diddle-Diddle Day Care says

    Thanks for including my birds nest! As far as your question: The nest will hold it's shape fine after you remove the bucket if you keep it upright. I turned mine over, upside down, to dry the bottom faster. It would have been fine if I didn't.

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