Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop #27







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Posted on Mar 10 2014 - 3:00am by Jill
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Welcome to the first blog hop after daylight savings time! Hopefully the time change didn’t catch you by surprise. With the extra sunshine each day spring is sure to arrive soon. Even though Phil said we have more winter I can’t wait for spring to happen, the flowers to bloom, and the warm weather to return. What is the weather like where you live? Is it more like winter or like spring?

The Thoughtful Spot is a place to gather every week to share your family friendly posts, crafts, educational ideas, recipes, and more! Inspired by the philosophy of the Winnie the Pooh character in the classic A.A. Milne storybooks for children. Brought to you each week by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom, ABC Creative Learning, Something 2 OfferMe and Marie Learning Inspiring Two New Hampshire Children, and The Kennedy Adventures.

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Out with the cold, welcome the warm giveaway!

What will the spring weather bring? Whether you will be frozen in winter still or springing into warmer weather, this giveaway has something to offer your family.

As a token of our appreciation to thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop this month we would like to offer everyone the opportunity to win a copy of the Frozen DVD and a Live Butterfly Garden. This way, no matter if you are still in winter or have pushed into spring, there will be something fun for your family to enjoy!

The winner will be randomly picked by Rafflecopter and will be notified by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom via email and posted here. This giveaway is open to all entrants aged 18 and over, that lives within the U.S. and has a valid email address to send to the prize to. 

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We hope that you will visit our neck of the magical woods every week and take a quick rest by the tree on the tree stump while you read everyone’s blog posts that they have so thoughtfully shared with all of us. The posts are presented below in no particular order except that the number one bee always gets here first because it is powered by the most “clicks.” Learn all about the hosts HERE.
 

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Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop Dr. Seuss Sight Word Game By: There’s Just One MommyThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog HopMarch 2014 Calendar Observations and Activities By: Living Montessori NowThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop Snow Measuring Stick By: We Made ThatThoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop How to Use American Girl to Study History By: Education Possible
Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog HopPinocchio By: World for Learning
Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop I is for Ice Cream  By: Crystal and Co.
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Melting Insect Sensory Painting  By: Crayon Box Chronicles

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  • annageig

    I'm enjoying the new printable packs that 3 Dinosaurs is sharing!

  • Thanks so much for featuring my March Calendar Observances and Activities, Jill! Have a great week! 🙂

  • Summer

    We love The Lorax here. The Yarn truffula trees look so cute and easy. A fun craft to go along with the book!

  • Valerie

    We are really enjoying the mild, spring temps but I think we're due to have one more cold week before it stays warm. 😉 Thanks for hosting such a fun blog hop and awesome giveaway!

  • Debbie

    Thanks for hosting!

  • wemadethatta

    Thanks so much for featuring our Snow Measuring Stick! And thanks for hosting each week!

  • Thank you for featuring our Dr. Seuss Sight Word Game! Have a wonderful week!

  • Samantha

    I think the sun bleached letter matching activity is really neat!

  • The melting insect sensory painting looks like a fun activity to do this summer when we start learning about bugs!

  • Mickey

    I think both my boys are going to like the insect sensory painting!

  • I really liked the "can a Christian be a unschooler" it had a lot of helpful information in it. <3

  • We had a snow day last Monday and today it's 70 degrees! So winter and spring continue to mix here 🙂 thanks for hosting the linky & giveaway!

  • amyorvin

    I like the Snow Measuring Stick By from We Made That. I think that snowman is so cute and my nieces would enjoy making one.

  • jess7712

    The snow measuring stick is adorable from the blog We made that! My 3 boys have been asking all winter (because it seems like it has been snowing a lot every week!) -mom, how much did it snow?! This would be a great project for us!

  • crayonboxchronicles

    Thank you for featuring our Spring Melting Insect Painting! Fun collection! 🙂

  • KATRINA

    I really liked the Montessori Inspired Sewing Activities. Great ideas for a beginning sewer.

  • Kelly D

    I like the Dr. Seuss site words game because my daughter is a big Dr. Seuss fan and this would help her learn additional reading words.

  • kelly thompson

    although totally messy- I enjoyed the melting insect post cause it just looks like so much messy fun in the summer kellythompson 747 @ yahoo.com

  • Diva J.

    Dr. Seuss sight word game sounds like a lot of fun! Thank you for the giveaway!

  • Deana

    I like the Build a 3D rainbow {measurement activity with free printable} activity. What a fun way to work on measurement.

  • I is for ice-cream activity was cute. I can be a challenging letter to teach children, but not anymore!!

  • I love the AG history lessons. I bookmarked that pg! My girls love theirs dolls.

  • laceylong27574

    I like the March Calendar Observances and Activities, I always like to do different things for each day.

  • misty lunceford

    I enjoyed the melting insect post the most. It looks like fun to do in the summer!

  • susan

    The snow measuring stick is super cute. We could have used that this winter. 2nd snowiest winter on record

  • Brenda

    We really love the crafts and kid-friendly recipes!

  • Nikki Strong

    I liked "I is for Ice Cream: because my kids love crafts… especially with glue.

  • SANDI WRAY

    I enjoyed looking at the American Girl Dolls for history #4—I love American Girl, so does my daughter. This is a great resource to get us started in our studies. Also #89 for my son, to build a 3d rainbow, he loves to measure stuff, so this would be perfect. Thanks for the idea and the linkup!

  • Chris

    The Dr Suess word game is just what I needed today.

  • I love the fizzy snow, so fun!

  • Heather g

    The Dr. Seuss sight word game looks like a lot of fun 🙂

  • Becka

    Love the Dr Suess game as that is exactly what we are trying to teach to my son right now. I'm excited to try tapping into his love for books and cats to help us make a break through!

  • Courtney W

    MY daughter has not had the opportunity to see Frozen yet and she would love it!!

  • Courtney W

    The insect sensory painting looks so fun! My daughter has recently fallen in love with lady bugs and butterflys and she would love it!

  • Glenda B.

    The AG history lessons are the bomb! Who doesn't love dolls!

  • Jena

    I love the Dr. Seuss word family game. This is exactly what I could use right now for my daughter to help her with her word families. And I love the thin mint ice cream sandwiches… what a great idea for all those GIrl Scout cookies. Yum!

  • Carmen

    I love the bird marionettes!!! What a fun activity! 🙂

  • Carol

    We are just starting spring break here – so I loved the "80 spring break activities" post!

  • Lizzy

    First time on the site and just about everything looks so fun!

  • allyson becker

    the thin mint ice cream sandwiches…That is an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing!

  • Tammy

    Love all the ideas

  • Theresa

    I really liked I is for Ice Cream! Thanks 😀

  • carol

    thanks for all the wonderful ideas

  • Tish W.

    The peanut butter s'mores looks delicious!

  • I like the 37 ways to repurpose fabric. I’m getting ready to get rid of some of my jeans now that are worn out. This is a very timely post!

  • steve weber

    the I is for Ice Cream!

  • mmalavec

    We really absolutely love the crafts!!!

  • Janet W.

    I most enjoyed the Pom Pom Bin: Fun Fine Motor Skills Activity post. That is something I should try and do with my youngest grandson to build his fine motor skills.

  • Natalie yeoman

    I really like the snow measuring stick the most

  • nicole

    How to Use American Girl to Study History is a really great idea that helps to offset their cost! LOL- their an educational expense!

  • Robin Miller

    I liked the 10 ways to recycle plastic eggs, my girls love playing with those long after Easter!

  • Stephanie

    I love all your menu plans! As a family of nine, this really helps me and blesses my family at the same time!

  • Connie Tillman

    I love the menu plans!

  • liz l

    I like the 37 ways to repurpose fabric- I have so many ideas now

  • Samantha Daleo

    I like the I is for Ice Cream: A Letter of the Week Preschool Craft. What a great hands on way to teach the alphabet!

  • Haelee

    I love the Pinocchio post. What a cute idea.

  • Birdiebee

    I like the activities for Kids Spring Break. Sometimes it is so hard to find ways to keep kids entertained.

  • Ashley

    Well it looks like spring but is still pretty cold so those prizes look perfect, thanks!!

  • Holly Storm-Burge

    I enjoyed Melting Insect Sensory Painting because I love to find fun & cool activities to do with the kids!