Thursday, August 27, 2015

Share a Coke: Desiree

I am so amazed that this year the Share a Coke Campaign includes my name!

So I'm saving it. Awesomely, my husband and Daughters name are also on this years list, so we've collected his as well, and are on the look out for hers. Hopefully we find it before the stock runs out...

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Peek-A-Boo Museum

Another picture from a library: 

This peek-a-boo museum is pretty sweet.
 I don't know how often they switch out the contents, but this week each shelf featured a different letter from A-D.

The shelves had the letters and several easily identifiable objects which begin with that sound. 
This would be an awesome idea in a Kindergarten classroom!

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Bathroom Signs: Max and Ruby

The preschool bathrooms at the local library have these cute handmade signs of two popular characters to help kids find the right bathroom, So cute. I can see preschools doing the same, what do you think?

Friday, August 21, 2015

Reading Logs: Kites

Our local library is logging the books students are reading in the summer reading program and putting them on these little kites on the window. Love how it looks on an otherwise plain window!

A great idea for Spring around her, it's so windy!

March Winds and April Showers
Bring forth the May Flowers!

There you go, ideas to post books read for three months.
March Kites:
April: Umbrellas
May: Flowers

Hmm.... this could be a product idea....
 heading over to TPT to see if it already exists.....

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Library Time

We've been visiting local libraries for their games, books and children's events.
In Woodlawn Library I spotted this cute Sign around their children's area clock that I thought some of you could be inspired by.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Playground game: Mirror Me

I had an interview for an afterschool position at a downtown school, and in the parking lot I spotted this painted game I'd never seen before! I think it looks awesome. 
Here's how I assume you play it:

Mirror Me
Lead student stands on foot prints below the words, and up to 3 other students stand on opposite footprints. Lead student plays a version of Simon says!
Touches coloured circles with hands and feet and other students have to do the same in mirror image.

I wish we had this!

Saturday, August 15, 2015


When you're 3, the best part of summer is the playgrounds. We've visited several so far, and this is by far my daughters favourite. My only problem with it is the lack of shade to sit in anywhere near the structure. My daughter LOVES this climbing structure which to me looks  a bit like Deep Space Nine from Star Trek, lol.

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