We had an enjoyable week with visiting grandparents and Free Day at the zoo. I also decided that this was the week I get serious about eating healthy (ahem, kicking the baby weight). The kids helped me package lots of fresh veggies and make seven “salads in a jar” for my lunches this week.
That took a lot of time.
So I’ll let you zip over to these great features to see the images and learn more!
Last week’s highlights:
- Easter themed phonics activities from Living Montessori Now
- St. Patrick’s Day multiplication game from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
- What Gets a Capital letter? printable book from Boy Mama Teacher Mama
- Outside engineering projects for kids from Planet Smarty Pants
- 75 free printable scavenger hunts from My Joy Filled Life
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