Happy fall, everyone! This week has been full of work and fun, finally feeling a little bit like I grasp our family schedule for the school year (a month in) and working on some projects, too.
I took a tassel keychain I would never use as a keychain and made it into a necklace, which was really easy and a great way to get in on a trend in fashion right now without spending a lot of money. Go check it out if you haven’t seen it.
Halloween is coming really soon, of course, and my daughter loves activity sheets related to holidays. This pack of Halloween activity pages looks like lots of fun for pre-k and kindergartners, and there are definitely some things here she would love (drawing the people who go with the hats looks like fun!).
Witty Hoots is the founder of this blog hop and she’s always got great information to share. This post on the uses for vinegar is a great reminder that we all have a cheap and powerful cleaner (among other things) already in our homes.
These printable busy box matching games and other activities from Mosswood Connections look like a lot of fun. I love the idea of doing gross motor actions with the numbers box, but the Halloween ones are a lot of fun, too.
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