Cheerios™ Granola Bars #GiveABox #CollectiveBias

Cheerios™ Granola Bars #GiveABox #CollectiveBias #Ad

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GiveABox #CollectiveBias Cheerios ™ are basically a staple in our home and we always have them in the cereal cabinet. We always did at home when I was a kid too. I remember enjoying Cheerios ™ with a little…

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Child Care Cycle Menus

CACFP Summer Cycle Menus and Recipes

Recently I tried a new cycle menu, including some new recipes from the CACFP Meal Planning Guide and wrote a blog post for ChildCareInfo.com describing my experience. Check out my child care cycle menus review for prep notes, pictures and the children’s reactions. Go here http://bit.ly/1LnrtFP to read it. More nutrition posts: Homemade & Healthy Child Care Lunches…

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Super Fun Syringe Painting

Super Fun Syringe Painting

If you’re looking for a super fun summer (or end of summer) activity, this is it – Super Fun Syringe Painting! Syringe Painting Needed: Washable tempera paint or liquid watercolors, thinned with water Syringes, without needles of course.  You can find them in farm stores or on Amazon. We have a variety of sizes for water…

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Authentic Assessment with Mother Goose Time

Authentic Assessment with Mother Goose Time #MGTblogger

This post contains affiliate links. Full disclosure statement here. I know that my child care children are learning with Mother Goose Time curriculum. I see it in their play, as they are engaged in activities, in their conversation, as they apply learned skills throughout the day and through feedback from their parents.  In addition to this,…

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Lilla Rose Hairband Review & Giveaway

Lilla Rose Hairband Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer:  While I was  provided with free product for this Lilla Rose Hairband Review, all thoughts & opinions are 100% mine. I’m back with another review of a Lilla Rose product. See below how to enter to win a free item! I reviewed the Flexi Clip in December and really enjoy wearing it. This time I’m reviewing…

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Fables for Preschoolers: The Crow & The Pitcher

Fables for Preschoolers: The Crow & The Pitcher

Of all the fables for preschoolers, The Crow & the Pitcher is one of my favorites. The question is asked “What does it mean to be smart?” This crow was very smart when he was thirsty and needed water. It was a big job for him to fill the pitcher with pebbles but it was…

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