Pirate’s Cove

18 11 2010

Bean’s been designing miniature golf courses lately. Time for a trip to Pirate’s Cove, mateys?

 





Guidecraft Giveaway at Sugar Pop Ribbons

17 11 2010

I love Guidecraft products since they are timelessly styled and grow with kids as they help kids grow! The Playhouse Hideaway Bookshelves are no exception. I’d love to win this fun structure for both my children to hang out in. They would love to have a dedicated place to read their books and put on their “shows.”

Enter at Sugar Pop Ribbons’ blog here before the contest ends on Dec 13th, 2010





Mighty Man’s Science Experiment

9 11 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Little Tikes Neighborhood Market giveaway @ Minnesota Mama

7 11 2010

More fun ideas for little imaginations: This neighborhood market from Little Tikes would be well-loved by my kids who have a lot of fun pretending to play store.

Right now you can enter to win a Little Tikes Neighborhood Market at the Minnesota Mama’s Must Haves blog. Enter here before 11/22!





Guidecraft Balance Beam & giveaway at Thrifty & Chic Mom

7 11 2010

Bean monkeying around

Bean adores her gymnastics class and is steadily improving her beam skills. I think she’d also love this Balance Beam from Guidecraft to practice her moves at home. Guidecraft has many other neat developmental toys for children that both she and Mighty Man would love too!

Right now you can enter to win a Guidecraft Balance Beam at Thrifty and Chic Mom’s blog. Enter here before 11/10!

 





Zelda & Ivy Paper Cutouts

5 11 2010

These are the cutest little paper dolls, only they aren’t dolls, but sweet little foxes! (you’ll have to see for yourself!)





Same and Different Activity

3 11 2010

Here’s a quick & easy learning activity…

I folded a paper in half then asked Bean to draw a pumpkin on one side. When she was finished, I flipped the paper, and asked her to draw a second one without looking at the first. Then we opened the paper to reveal the two pumpkins and made a list together of their similarities and differences. (The stem on the right-side pumpkin makes me smile!)

Well, Bean decided later to make another comparison on her own. She drew a friendly ghost on one side and a Christmas tree on the other. She got to work listing what was the same and what was different too! It seems the only similarity she noted was they both have presents. Hmm, wonder what she’s thinking about?