Playful Picks

by Amy on May 26, 2013

Playful Picks at Let's Explore

{From the Let’s Explore Archives}

Time Capsule in a Tube :: If you didn’t make one at the beginning of the school year, celebrate the end of the year by making your own time capsule

Homemade Seasoning Blends :: These make a great Father’s Day gift – my girls loved smelling and measuring all the various spices

{Activities & Projects}

Making Simple Boats that Float :: Teach Preschool

Baking with Kids: Hiking Bars :: The Sleepy Time Gal

Haiku Poetry Books for Kids :: What Do We Do All Day?

20 Classic Summer Crafts :: Red Ted Art

Printable Blank Birder’s Cards :: Playful Learning

{Parenting Food for Thought}

“But how do you know your kids actually learn anything?” :: The Dynamo Rhino

The Sliver, or How to stop fighting about screen time :: Project Based Homeschooling

{Other Places I’ve Been Writing}

I shared two fun art projects and a simple, yummy snack at Make and Takes this month:

P.S. Since Google Reader is going away soon, how are you planning to keep up with your favorite blogs? I switched over to Feedly a few months ago, and I love it! The iPad app is really slick, too. It was super-easy to move all my blogs from Google Reader to Feedly. (Simple Mom recently wrote a detailed post about Feedly, if you want more info.)

Do you use a blog reader? Subscribe by e-mail? Or just visit blogs when you have time?

“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.”
~Kahlil Gibran

{ 2 comments }

Erica @What Do We Do All Day? May 26, 2013 at 4:34 am

Thanks for including my book list. :) I switched to Feedly, which I mostly like. I’m also guessing that Google is going to somehow integrate feeds with G+. I don’t know how they’ll do it, but it seems a likely step.

Lori May 26, 2013 at 10:27 am

thank you, amy! :)

most everyone i know migrated to either feedly or the old reader (theoldreader dot com) i myself just save the blogs i read in the safari reading list. :P

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