October 1, 2014

September 2014 Thank You




September is already gone, and I want to make sure to Thank You all for reading my little blog! I have to be honest that I was not so good about searching for pages that featured me this month, so this list may not be complete. However, I appreciate everyone who shared any of my posts, and I would encourage everyone to check out the other great posts shared!


Inspiration Laboratories - Fun with Dough
True Aim - 10 Upcycled Crafts and Activities
Capri + 3 - Halloween Crafts
Teaching Mama - Fall Preschool Activities
Look We're Learning - Fall Nature Crafts
Teaching Mama - Fall Cloud Dough Recipes
Capri + 3 - Ghosts, Pumpkins, and Bats 
Delicate Constructions - 29 Pumpkin Activities
Adventures in Wunderland - 28 Ways to Decorate Pumpkins without Carving
Katie's Crochet Goodies - DIY Halloween Costumes
Diana Rambles - Pin Me Linky Party
Stir the Wonder - Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop


THANK YOU all for following along with me and my silly kids!

The top posts for September were:

DIY Mermaid Tail Tutu
Melted Crayon Apples and Leaves
Melted Crayon Pumpkins

I hope you all have a wonderful fall!


September 30, 2014

Awesome Science from Mom's Library



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My Awesome Science Features This Week! 




Planet Smarty Pants has a great collection of Halloween Chemistry Experiments!



JDaniel4's Mom created some Spider Web Eggs!



Little Bins for Little Hands is having some Halloween themed Fizzy Fun!



Little Bins for Little Hands also made Oobleck out of Pumpkin!



Preschool Powol Packets is Exploring Electricity!



Every Star is Different has tons of great Weather Activities!


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Corn Sensory Bin Challenge



Sensory Bin Challenge time again! If you remember these bins are only filled with one simple thing to allow for child led play! This month we are enjoying corn! The easiest form of corn for us to get ahold of was popcorn, so I bought a couple bags and added them to the bins, un-popped of course. 


It seemed that my kids all really enjoyed the popcorn on its own more then a lot of the other sensory bins; at least they played with the popcorn alone a lot longer then I would have expected!


They especially enjoyed scooping it up and letting it fall through their fingers.


After awhile they ran after toys, and to no ones surprise came back with ponies and vehicles. The construction vehicles worked really well with the corn! They stayed clean and could still scoop and pour the kernels.


The girls of course each had their own crazy story going on with their ponies. I couldn't even keep up with them both this time! Although at one point they also had a doll house bathtub out filled with popcorn; I have no idea. Guess that is what happens when you try to multitask! Eventually all the popcorn ended in a single bin, and luckily cleanup was easy with this filler! I was surprised my kids didn't ask to make some popcorn afterwards either!


View all of this month's participants to see what their kids did with corn!


Our previous Sensory Challenges include: dirt, water, rice, and cloud dough. For a full list of sensory challenges (past and future) visit Little Bins for Little Hands!

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