The snow just hit us for Christmas! It melts a little with the sun each day and then seems to replenish in the evening. A perfect time for some awesome Winter Themed activities the kids can do when they’re stuck inside. Here’s a few to fill your planner this month!
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susen @Dabbling Momma says
great features! I especially enjoyed the build a snowman game!!
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Sheila @ BrainPowerBoy says
Thanks for all your work on the linky party. I enjoy coming to see what everyone has been working on. I love the pairing winter fun with books post. Happy New Year!
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Debbie @ Bible Fun For Kids says
Thank you for hosting! I love the All About Your Body book! I also like the Peek Inside Animal Homes book. They both look fun! Have a wonderful New Year!
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I love Usborne books.. they make things so clear. How Things Work looks very interesting!
There's Just One Mommy says
Thanks for hosting this week! Have a wonderful 2015
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Kimberly Lewis says
Hello cute lady! Thank you for hosting such a fabulous party! Please come and join us at our party. We would love to have you!
Happy New Year! Lou Lou Girls
Shecki @ Greatly Blessed says
My son got some of the That’s Not My… books for Christmas. We’re getting quite the collection of them now. 🙂 He’s profoundly autistic, and he likes to rub the textures with the back of his fingertips.
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