Welcome to the party!
Are you starting to feel spring already? We're finally getting a taste of warmer weather here in the Midwest and it's been glorious. I can't wait to get outside with the kids for some fun after school learning.
Here's some great ideas from last week's party.
Mixed Short Vowel Games at Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Free Printable Dental Health Month Activity for Kids at The Classroom Creative
Fine Motor Flower Fiesta at Mosswood Connections
LEGO Letters at Creative Family Fun
One Fish Two Fish Dr. Suess Craft: Origami Fish at Artsy Craftsy Mom
Penguin Day Races & Obstacle Course at Fumbling Through (Parenthood & Homeschooling)
Ten Apples Up on Top Counting and Stacking at Cutting Tiny Bites
Art Around the World: Moroccan Lanterns at Teacher Mom Plus 3
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Sorry to tell you, but the foods for "healthy teeth" are incorrect. I am a general dentist. I have seen almonds destroy teeth because almonds are very hard, causing fractures and cracks on teeth. Almonds also strengthen jaw muscles, which in turn cause cracks on teeth. Tomatoes and oranges are not healthy for teeth because they are acidic. Teeth soften in the presence in acid, making the teeth more susceptible to tooth decay. Please consult a dental professional before posting things for dental education arts and crafts.ReplyDelete