Friday, January 4, 2013

Popular Posts from December

December was a great month for Look What We Did. There were 75 links added and here are a few of the most popular posts.

Preschool Powol Packets included a link to:  Science Experiment; Bend Your Candy Cane.

Carla, the mind behind Preschool Powol Packets, is the mother of preschoolers and her site is dedicated to creating inexpensive resources for the pre-k age.  If you have young children you'll want to check out this website.

Angelic Scalliwags included a link to: Viking Presentation.

The author of Angelic Scalliwags is a wonderful woman who blogs to chronicle her family's activities.  And they do have some great ones!  I am never disappointed with one of her posts.  And I truly wish she lived down the road from me, so we could get to know each other better.

Inspired Montessori included a link to: Swizzle Stick Open-Ended Designing

For great learning and montessori based educational ideas this website is a great resource.  Inspired Montessori is the blog for The Montessori Learning Center of Dundee in Omaha, Nebraska.

Highhill Homeschool included a link to: Homeschool Hobbies and Handicrafts - Preschool Christmas Crafts

Highhill Homeschool is a wonderful home school blog with links to activities for teaching math, science, history and much more.  I recommend bookmarking it so that you can return again, and again.

Eating the Nibbly Bibs included a link to: Holiday Giving: Our Surprise in the Mailbox

Eating the Nibbly Bibs is another great resource for teaching pre-schoolers.  This is not a site dedicated to learning letters and pre-school math.  Rather it is dedicated to mother's who want to follow the joy of their children and encourage it.

Life with Moore Babies included a link to:  My Body Map

Life with Moore Babies is a mom with three young children and her most popular posts includes titles like: Melted Crayon Pumpkins, Squishing Site Words, Baby Oil and Oil Pastels


  1. Thanks so much for featuring our bent candy canes!! I love these other ideas too--I can't wait to check them out!!

  2. Thanks, Savannah, for including me. I'm chuffed you like my blog!! Thank you so much, you're very sweet.

  3. bending a candy cane looks kind of fun...I don't like eating them so they hang around our house for ages, so this sounds like a perfect use for them!