Saturday, April 13, 2013

Share It Saturday!

Featured Party-goers from Last Week:
Life with Moore Babies shows how they made their own compass as they read Katy and the Big Snow, totally appropriate for this week!
I love nooks so much I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to them. Here is a simple one for you to build from We've Got Our Hands Full.
My Nearest and Dearest shows how to have to create a tin can sculpture. What I loved about this idea is that you could really use this with any kind of theme or unit study- like an inverse diorama. Simple and clever!

And don't forget to stop by Teach Beside Me and The Sugar Aunts, whose blogs are full up of educational and living inspiration!

And now, here's the HOP:
  • Have a link back to this post if you are participating (on your blog or in your post)
  • If you link up, click on at least one other link for each one that you share.
  • You don't have to comment or follow, but I really do love both of those things! (A Lot!)
  • HAVE FUN! On to this week's link. Bring it on.....
  • 6 comments:

    Ashley said...

    Thanks for hosting and featuring our Homemade Compass!

    Mamas Hands said...

    Thanks for featuring my Closet Treehouse! We have so much fun with it and I am excited that others like it!

    Pennies of Time said...

    I always enjoy Share it Saturday. Amazing pictures from your snowing week! (we are in "gettin' hot already" Texas!)

    LaughingLioness said...

    ymvw, Ashley! ; )
    Pennies- aren't they?

    LaughingLioness said...

    Mamas Hands has left a new comment on your post "Share It Saturday!":

    Thanks for featuring my Closet Treehouse! We have so much fun with it and I am excited that others like it!

    A Learning Journey said...

    My hubby and I are so stealing the closet treehouse idea! Thank you Mamas Hands for sharing and so happy it was featured on Share It Saturday. I would have missed it otherwise. I pinned it and showed my husband. Even though he just put all the shelves in her closet of the new house; he was more than willing to tear them down to build the treehouse for Alyssa. She ALWAYS reads in the closet. We'll see - it depends on the budget and leftover material. Thank you for stopping by A Learning Journey and checking out my new kitchen in my Random Five post. I really appreciate it! Have a blessed day!