Sunday, March 4, 2012

AfterSchool Linky Party

Welcome to the AfterSchool Linky Party!
Little Wonders' Days
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AfterSchool is hosted by What Do We Do All Day? this week.

 The AfterSchool Blog Hop also is co-hosted by:
Our week was pretty low key again.  Thanks for all the well wishes to Juiciness.  If you missed my post last week, he had a little run in with the vacuum cleaner handle and needed stitches in his eyebrow.  His plastic surgeon did a beautiful job and you can  barely see where he had stitches. 


I kept him home with me most of the week though.  It was really nice to have such individual time with my little guy.  We took a few walks to get some "safe" outdoor time and did some special reading of Dr. Seuss books.


I finished a reading space in Juiciness and Sassyfras's room.  You can read my tips for making a great reading space here.

Features from last week's AfterSchool Party
Little Wonders' Days

Thanks to everyone who linked up last week.  I had a lot of great reading for the week! 

Kristina at Toddler Approved made this simple, but oh so fun, game of pick up sticks.  I love it because it is so simple, but it incorporates some fine motor skills, learning and matching colors, and counting. 

Lorie at Reading Confetti shared this hilarious go along craft to the book Interrupting Chicken.  I personally don't mind pertinent interruptions during reading, but do find it's difficult to explain what interrupting is to my little ones.  I thought this was pretty good way to highlight the incidents of interruptions in the book.

What will you share at AfterSchool this week?

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Lorie said...

Thanks so much for the feature! Have a great week!

Lovingmama said...

Love your reading space!!! So bright and inviting =)

Raising a Happy Child said...

Glad to hear that Juiciness is fine and had some premium mama time :)

Christy said...

Glad to hear Juiciness is okay.

Mom and Kiddo said...

When my son needed stitches in his eyebrow they had the plastic surgeon stitch him up, too. I think that's the new trend because when I was a kid there was no such luxury and I have a quite noticeable eyebrow scar. (What's with kids and eyebrow injuries, anyway?)