Kids Co-op Roundup and Link up 8/17

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The Kid’s Co-op is a collaborative children’s activities link-up party in which YOU can link up your child-centered posts. The posts you link up will be shown on dozens of other children’s blogs. This also is exciting because it provides a comprehensive list of child-centered activities you can do with your children all in one place. It is like visiting many blogs at once!

Make sure to check out the Kid’s Co-op Pinterest Board which currently has over 260,000 followers! Throughout the week, on the board, we will be featuring the best ideas.

I will be doing a weekly feature of a few of my favorite ideas each Friday. Just remember to add a link back to The Kid’s Co-op somewhere in your post and include our button on your blog.

Here are the 3 featured posts this week: 

Tips for Reading with Newborns to age 5  by Growing Book by Book
Great tips for knowing how to read to young children

How to Set Up Successful Sensory Play Activities by Outlaw Mom
This post has wonderful tips for parents who may be new to sensory play

Ice Cubes and Water Balloons by Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails [FSPDT]
Fun and simple water play


Welcome to The Kid’s Co-op!
Each week we get together we’ll ask YOU to share your favorite kid’s activities. We’d love to see a plethora of ideas geared for toddlers to pre-teens. We are looking for activities that are family oriented, fun, unique and educational. We will be sharing our favorite post from our own blogs. Please share your favorite project or blog post below. {Co-hosted by: The Kids Co-op TeamLet’s Lasso The Moon & Nurture Store}
PS: By linking up you agree that your post and photos are Pinterest friendly. We will be showcasing ideas on our group Pinterest Board. Are following the Kid’s Co-op on Facebook? Let’s connect!
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  1. says

    The links are great. I like the sensory article as I realise my younger son is quite squirmish about exploring different textures. Will try it out and maybe blog about it.

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