Monday, September 9, 2013

After School Linky Party (9/9)

Welcome to the After School Linky!

We had LOADS of new bloggers linking up last week. The number of phenomenal ideas shared just keeps on growing!

Here are a few of my favorites posted at the 9/2 linky party.

Junior Engineer from Doodles and Jots.
(This is a great STEM activity and the printable is free! I love the idea of sending kids on an I Spy hunt to search for items based on how they're made!)

(Increase a child's confidence in their drawing abilities by making a grid on a photograph to reference.)

Children's Books about Autism from Growing Book by Book.
(This is a phenomenal list of books to help children understand autism!)

(If you have stick-collecting kids like me, this is a must read ... and a must DO! Mia shows how to make a bow and arrow from a stick, rubber bands, and duct tape.)

(Fine tip markers, thread, and popsicle sticks are transformed into an ancient chinese scroll with this extraordinary craft.)

(This is everyday math at its best. Kids solve all kinds of math problems using their closet and its contents!)

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Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

We would love to have you link up your School-Age Post (Ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school including Crafts, Activities, Playtime and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children's lives after their day at school, homeschool, or on the weekend! When linking up, please take a moment to comment on at least one post linked up before yours and grab our after school button to include a link on your post or site! By linking up you're giving permission for us to share on our After School Pinterest Board or Feature on our After School Party next week! Don't forget to follow along and join our After School Enrichment Community.

Link up your After School Activities, Crafts and Adventures! We'd love to see them!


  1. Thank you so much for featuring Growing Book by Book's Autism book list. I hope everyone finds it helpful!

  2. Thanks for featuring my manufacturing for kids post! Looks like I am in some seriously good company. Linking up again and will definitely be checking out some links as well as Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational!