Friday, March 30, 2012

Friday Kid's Co-op Linky and Egg Round Up

TGIF! I am sooo excited that it is Friday! Are you? Do you have anything fun going on this weekend? I am supposed to be in charge of our neighborhood HOA's Easter Egg hunt... but lots of rain is in the forecast, so we might have 400 filled eggs and no kids!

This Friday we are once again hosting the fabulous Weekly Kid's Co-op Link Up! Last week's round up was full of spring favorites and this week we are going to be sharing all things EGGs!

Kids Co-op

We shared a couple of fun Eggy or Eastery posts this week that you should check out, if you missed them...
8 Days of Easter Advent for Families
Egg Math
Plastic Egg Stacking Game
Loads of Easter Egg Crafts and Activities via our Virtual Book Club Link up

This week I also wanted to spotlight three ideas that I loved from last week's Link Up! If you haven't stopped by to check out the full posts, click on the links above the pictures to head straight to the blogs where you can read all about the posts in more detail.

A Dozen Ways to Love via Think Magnet Kids
What a sweet activity to do with your kids!

Easter Egg Toddler Activity via Creekside Learning
Sometimes simple activities are the best, right? My toddler would love this!

Tape Resist Easter Eggs via Putti Prapancha
We love tape at our house! We will definitely need to try this!

Do you have any other favorite Eggy activities that we missed? I would love for you to share them in the comments!

Also, don't forget to come link up your activities and creations in this week's Kid's Co-op linky below! I can't wait to see all the wonderful things you share this week!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for featuring our toddler egg activity. Happy Friday. :-)


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