Preschool Parade/March 9, 2013

Preschool Parade

Thank you for joining me for the Preschool Parade! Take some time to dig into these links and poke around while you’re visiting, too!

Christina shares how to Get those children in the garden in her guest post over at Hiding the Peas.

Kendra  devotes her entire site to homeschooling and teaches us how to manage well with little ones underfoot. Go spend some time exploring over at Preschoolers and Peace!

Dollie  offersTips to Build Kindness in Toddlers over at Teachers of Good Things.  Be sure to link up your toddler and preschool ideas with her, too! 

Aadel shares her Pinterest board, Things To Do With My Toddler, filled with ideas to keep any two-year-old busy!

Carla offers a link to her FREE download of the Construction Board Game over at Preschool Powol Packets

Beth shares her What’s in the Bible Review and Giveaway over at Living Life Intentionally.

Selena of Look We’re Learning shares her family’s lapbooking adventures with Lapbooking Our Way Through Creation.

Lilac shares her Alphabet Soup activity done with the book Carmine: A Little More Red and her Brown Bear Straw Toppers craft completed with the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? over at Learners in Bloom.

Cassie over at 3 Dinosaurs offers her Pick and Draw Leprechaun and Q-Tip Clover Tracing activities for some St. Patrick’s Day fun!

Vanessa shares her Dollar Store Sensory Tubs over at Natural Family Today.

Susan shares printablesFlower puzzles for spring

Julie of Live Laugh Be Happy offers a super-cute Easter project with Egg Heads and this one on Worm Farming looks fun, too!

Please let me know how you use these printables and activities in your homeschool, and come back next week for more from the Preschool Parade!

2 Responses to Preschool Parade/March 9, 2013

  1. Julie says:

    Love it!! So many great activities! Thanks for including me in your list of links 🙂

    • inhistiming says:

      Thank you for allowing me to include you. I’m looking forward to future links as well. And I can’t wait to implement some of these with my little ones!

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