Hello & welcome to the The Sunday Showcase – WHERE YOUR CHILD CENTERED IDEAS are the STARS of the show!
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The Showcase Features:
(taken from last week’s posts)
I love collecting storytelling ideas. I have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to storytelling. Here are a few ideas for storytelling props that were linked up last week.
JDaniel4’s Mom shows us how to make a story elements box to help create a story.
Imagine all of the stories that will be told in the Enchanted Fairyland at Simply Natural Mom.
The Fairy and the Frog creates the perfect setting for fairy stories with this fairy house.
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Featured from Inspiration Laboratories:
This week I did a roundup of ways to practice measuring.
And it was the last week of the MeMeTales Readathon. With Global Culture being the theme, I shared our flags of the world puzzles.
Thanks for sharing your ideas!