Sunday, April 17, 2011

Weekly Favorites for April 17, 2011

Here are my favorites for this week. there are a lot of great projects out there for Easter.


1.
Beautiful Marbled Eggs
A messy Easter craft.

2.
Recycled Earth Crayons
Recycled crayons made to look like the earth.

3.
Fabric Collage Easter Baskets
How to make fabric Easter baskets.

4.
Glittery Textured Egg
Another simple Easter craft.

5.
Play
A nice poem about play.

6.
Spring Weather Theme Clouds
A neat project for learning about clouds.

7.
Fun Liquids Experiment
A fun and simple science experiment.

8.
Rubber Ducky Stamping in Preschool
Stamping using rubber ducks. When stamped, they look like Easter eggs.

9.
V for Veterinarian
A Veterinary dramatic play center.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks for including my Ducky post:)

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  2. Thank you for highlighting our cloud book!

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  3. Hi Darcey,
    Thanks for including the Fun Liquids Experiment.
    Best regards,
    Marcia :)

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  4. Thanks for including our glittery egg post! :) Can't wait to check out these other ideas too.

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  5. Darcy,
    Thanks so much for including me in your weekly favorites!! I hopped over to take a look after reading your comment... LOVE your blog. I love reading about your experiences in the infant & toddler rooms. I remember working in an infant many years ago (before I became a Mom) and having a Mom hand me her 7 week old baby, in tears, on my 1st day on the job, and her babies 1st day in daycare. I remember thinking, what am I supposed to do with this baby, and why is this Mom so upset. I have learned so much since that day, and reading your posts just brings me back to those wonderful experiences. I look forward to following your blog :)

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  6. Thank you for all your wonderful comments. I appreciate them. Yes, Michelle, I had the same feeling when the main teacher in the infant room handed me a screaming baby and his bottle. I was thinking, what if I can't calm him down. At least the bottle helped, but he's kind of hard to feed. I'm hoping to have many more experiences with infants and toddlers to share.

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