Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Teach Me Tuesday (Christmas Edition!)

Teach Me Tuesday at Whole Child Creative Curriculum
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It's Tuesday again!  I'm so excited for this week's Teach Me Tuesday!  But, before we get started, I'd like to highlight the link most clicked on last week: Gingerbread Graphing Freebie from Sara at Kindergarten Is A Hoot!

This is a fun way to tie a little science, coloring, fine motor practice, and gingerbread together for your preschooler/kindergartner!  Thanks, Sara!

Now, on to this week's Teach Me Tuesday Linky Party!  I really want to get to know some more of you, so in celebration of this wonderful holiday season, I would love to have you link up any posts sharing your Christmas or other holiday activities this year!  I personally visit and comment on every link and am so excited to see what you've all been up to during the last few weeks!  Of course I would also love to see you link up anything educational (It is Teach Me Tuesday, after all)!  So, on to the linky party:

Remember the guidelines:

1- Link to your post, not your whole blog.
2- Your post must be family-friendly.
3- Your post must be somehow related to education (or, this week, CHRISTMAS OR HOLIDAYS!).
4- After you link up, visit some of the other links and let them know what you think!  Everybody likes to get feedback and know their post is appreciated!
5- This is optional, but I'd sure be grateful if you spread the word by posting the Teach Me Tuesday button (above) on your blog or post!  The party only gets better with more bloggers!


Sara said...

Hi Carla, hope you had a great holiday. Thank you for letting me know about your hop. Sara, Touch of Home Learning.

Having Fun said...

It was a wonderful December. I love Christmas and all the family fun. I'll miss it. I'll have to come up with a great theme for January to keep us going. Veronica@ http://watchmeplaynlearn.blogspot.com