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Tanya blogs at Kentucky Sketches, and her favorite post from two weeks ago was Cloud Activities for Kids. Tanya said, “I love these Cloud Activities for Kids from Stephanie at Primary Theme Park. Spring may be the best time of the year to talk about clouds and with book suggestions, videos, and projects, this post really makes for a great weather unit study for younger children. Studying clouds hadn’t really been on the homeschool roster for me, but I think I’m going to find a way to fit it in now!”
Cassandra, who blogs at The Unplugged Family, chose 16 Children’s Books About Spring as her favorite from last week. Cassandra said, “I love posts that encourage families to dive into books – especially ones that offer practical tips for choosing great literature! Love Spring and love Spring books!”
Taryn is the author of Seekers of the Lost Boy. She chose Using Washi Tape for Easy Easter Cards with Kids as her favorite post from last week. She chose this one because it “shares some great ideas here for making Easter Cards – simple, fun and colourful.”