Kid’s Co-op Roundup and Linky 8/24







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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: 
Hatch Day Butterfly Party by Little Wonder’s Day
This party she threw for the hatching day for butterflies looks so fun! I would love to do this with my daughter.
Edible Fun: Octopus by Mama Miss
This is SO cute! I will have to try this!
Sand and Corn Starch Dinosaur Fossils by Coffee Cups and Crayons
I love that this allows children to explore Paleontology and have fun at the same time! Plus what kid does not love dinosaurs?


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  1. says

    Thanks for featuring our hatch day butterfly party! It was so amazing watching our little caterpillars change that we just couldn’t pass up the chance to celebrate.
    I love your oatmeal drum. I remember making one with Little J when he was a toddler. Rainsticks are also fun to make.

  2. says

    Woo Hoo! Thanks so much for featuring our fossils! I am so happy to be picked with that awesome octopus and the fantastic hatch party! Such great ideas this week! I finally just got rid of the little drum my 4 year old made when he was little. So much fun!

  3. says

    Thanks Brittany for featuring my edible octopus, what a wonderful surprise! Those dinosaur fossils look so fun – I can’t wait to check them out along with all the other link-ups :)

    xx melissa @ mamamiss

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