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winter break activities

What to do with winter break underway--read my post on Honest To Nod today.  Hooray for vacation and flapjacks!


a hello kitty breakfast

A special Hello Kitty breakfast I made Avery awhile ago: organic plain yogurt by Straus Family Creamery, Kashi Seven Whole Grain Cereal, blueberries, damson plum jam by Ayako and Family and elephant-shaped whole wheat tortilla chips (made with Munchkin Silly Sandwich Cutters).  To make the chips, I followed this tutorial, and used the sandwich cutters to cut out tortillas in the shape of elephants.

Thanks to Munchkin for sending the items for this post.


autumn campfire cones

I know you still have Thanksgiving leftovers at your house and they would be perfect for making autumn campfire cones.  They are a great way to savor the last bit of fall before we embark on the Christmas season.  The how-to is on Honest To Nod today.


an autumn lunch

Today I'm on The Land of Nod's blog sharing about Avery's favorite autumn lunch.  Head over to Honest To Nod to check it out!


wee society spooky story

If your kids or students are learning about story elements/structure, this create-your-own spooky story from Wee Society would be perfect for this Halloween week!  Here’s a spread from Avery’s story.