ABC and 123: A Learning Collaborative: Show and Tell #35

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Show and Tell #35

Before we begin we'd like to tell you that we've decided to open up December for some holiday themed guest posts! If you have a handmade gift kids can make, a holiday recipe small hands can help with, or a really great project we'd like to have you share it! We'd really like to focus on projects children can make, and are looking forward to seeing your ideas!

Email us with what you'd like to share and a link if you've already posted on your own blog.

Now back to Show and Tell! In honor of this Thursday holiday for all our readers in the US, and us too☺, we decided to feature three of our participants from last week's Show & Tell who linked up Food related projects. Only one is actually edible, the other two are a fun twist on the theme.

At Fryman Four, they used had a whole day devoted to buttons and used some to make Indian Corn. This craft can double as a napkin holder for the big turkey dinner!
Mom Endeavors shared several fabulous fall leaves activities in her link up, including this leaf themed lunch. What a quick and easy way to make eating pears fun!
Jill at Meet the Dubien daughter is still obessed with the lollipops she got for Halloween. These cute paper ones are better for the teeth and can be enjoyed for a long time!

Now it's your turn to share what you've been up to!

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Please remember these rules:

~Post an "Ah Ha Moment," favorite lesson, experiment, learning game, field trip, whatever you're currently working on, or your child's fridge worthy artwork, handmade gifts or anything holiday related.

~Direct link to your post, not your home page.

~Include a link back to us or our link button in your post.

~If you come back and your link is missing, double check to make sure you've followed the directions!

~Lastly, please try to visit and comment on, at least three links. Spread the comment love and make someone's day!


  1. Thanks for featuring the leaf lunch and ideas! :) The other food ideas are so cute!