For several months now we have been running the It’s Playtime link-up on five different blogs.   These were some of your favorite posts as determined by the number of views and likes.   Thanks for enjoying our weekly party! .

Kids Meme

Play time activities for kids Help your child pretend by making pet stones – along with homes and beds for them!   Love the “little” world. Stacy of Share and Remember had the most popular post with her dyed rice flower garden sensory tub. Another rainbow post from Amanda.   She dyed pasta with her kids – I love all the learning applications she includes in the kids meme! Play with your kids and help them explore with a collection of discovery bottles. Rainbow bouncy balls were loved by many of you – Rachel, of Sun Scholars, has a tutorial on how to make and store your own homemade toys. Both Stacy and Melissa had fun exploring gravity with their youngsters.   They created a water wall and a vertical marble run. Like rainbows and bugs?   Here is a post of a TP tube and pipecleaners, repurposed into a fun caterpillar. My co-host of It’s Playtime, Jaime, Made a recycled windchime out of tin cans. Julie is mom to a photo-loving tot.   She had him lead her on a photo scavenger hunt.   You loved it – and so did I! And our last feature – was from a momma who knew that it would be sweltering over here!   We followed her advice and did some ice play yesterday. .

Playtime for Kids

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  2. Hi Rachel, thank you for sharing this with us! I love everything you post and from other blogger posts that you post here! Thank you! 🙂

  3. Oh wow, thanks for sharing my posts here! Neat to come here & find it! : )