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HiMama – Early Childhood Education Career Path Possibilities

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How Babies Understand Video Chat – The Atlantic

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http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/09/do-babies-know-when-theyre-skyping/404650/

The Many Ways Baby Talk Gives Infant Brains a Boost | Science | Smithsonian

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A Springtime B L O O M

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Hello Everyone!

Hope all is well and Blessed. I just thought to share a quick project My Granddaughter and I worked on together.

She likes arts, crafts, and especially doodling with crayons. I decided to make a Wall Hanging with her finished project.
I cut out some shapes from her doodling project, and she pasted the pre cut shapes on a Construction Paper by brushing on the glue. To make this project a Wall Hanging I used the extra sheets of doodling art, wrapped it around two Paper Towels Tubes, and added a ribbon. Next I pasted the doodling art to both wrapped tubes.

Here it is!

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Until my next post, Be Blessed, Everyone!
Mtetar

TIPS 4Morning Routine

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A Smoother Morning Routine | Childcare Network http://parentsblog.childcarenetwork.net/a-smoother-morning-routine/

TOYS

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DIY: Handmade and Wooden Toys – Living Green with Baby http://www.livinggreenwithbaby.com/wooden-and-handmade-toys/

L O V E

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Web Wanderings | Thinking Kids http://thinkingkids.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/web-wanderings-6/

BLESSED & Constructive Week

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Hello!!!

I’m THANKFULto God for allowing us to have a Blessed Week. My granddaughter likes, and enjoys lacing. I thought being that she likes lacing, why not incorporate it into our numbers, and letters activities of learning. My thinking that was a great idea, because she learned to lace nicely, and learned New Words like next, and after.

She made a Paper Pillow stuffed with scraps of fabric. We first prepared our material (Brown Grocery Paper Bag) by designing it.

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Next, I cut the designed paper into a square shape, punched some holes with a paper puncher, added some numbers, and she began lacing.

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Next, it was time to stuffed the Paper Pillow Case with scraps of fabric.

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Our Finished Project:

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Here are two more Lacing Projects by numbers, and letters.

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Pics of other time spent.

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Until my next post, Be. Blessed Everyone!
Mtetar