Playtime Series : Quirky Momma

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Meet Rachel from Quirky Momma!
[This is part three in a series of features on the play based hosts of It's Playtime!]
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From toddler play, to preschool crafts to fun snacks for kids, Quirky Momma is full of fun learning activities! The mom behind the blog is Rachel. She’s a fun-loving Momma of four kids with two more on the way [nope, not pregnant, adopting this time]. Yep! That’s six kids! And she’s going to start homeschooling this fall, that’s one incredible Momma!

kid snacks

Hairy Spaghetti? Two of Henry’s favorite foods combined together to make one funky snack! I think they’d be a blast to make too, sticking the spaghetti through the hot dog pieces! 

Rachel has plenty of snack ideas for kids [such as rainbow cupcakes and coloring pudding] that are fun for them to make and eat! 
Plenty of ideas for Mom too that help with meal planning!

big art painting
During Tinkerlab’s Cardboard Box Challenge, Rachel did some of my favorite kind of art, the big kind! With four kids around to swing a pendulum of paint in their backyard, can you imagine all that good messiness? 
Some more painting inspiration from Quirky Momma that we had to try - fizzy sidewalk paint!
Quirky Momma if full of resources for helping your toddler or preschooler learn, with fun activities that are based on play. 
Learning to count? Bring out the snacks and dice and enjoy!
preschoolers learning math
Rachel also puts together a very handy activity calendar every month. 
These highlight activities to do every day, so you’re never going to get bored! 
[Great timing for all of you with kids home for the summer!]

monthly preschool activity calendars

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Quirky Momma can be found at these places:
Blog : Quirky Momma
Facebook : quirkymomma.com
Twitter : @quirkymommasite
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It's Playtime
If you’re playful, be sure you stop by and play with us each week from Thursday to Tuesday for It’s Playtime and link up any play based posts, or find new ways to play! There’s usually around 100 ideas for playing! Not sure if you got the right stuff? Be sure to read How To Play first!
jamie @ hands on : as we grow
– Henry is 3 years old –
– George is 7 months old –

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