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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Creative Learning #21

Welcome back to another week of Creative Learning.  As I looked through the blogs I am following, I saw so many wonderful ideas for Thanksgiving, from crafts to decorations to ways to help kids express their gratitude.
We had great submission at the last link up.  I am always on the lookout for ways to develop my youngest son's fine motor skills, so I especially liked Trillium Montessori's submission that included this sweet turkey with button on wings.

http://trilliummontessori.org/november-fine-motor-shelf/

How have your little ones been learning? Have you been gathering leaves, observing the autumn season, making gifts for the upcoming holidays? 

Creative Learning on Friday






3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing our button turkey, Lynn! The children do enjoy it a lot! I can't take credit for the design OR the sewing of it though :) It was inspired by Counting Coconuts and made by one of our former teachers.

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  2. Always fun to pop over here and browse. cheers Marie

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  3. Love this idea for fine motor skills. It could also be used to teach basic geometry shapes, i.e., circle, triangle, square, rectangle, etc. thepreschooltoolboxblog.com

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