Family Enjoyment at McDonald's

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Family Enjoyment at McDonald's - How to enjoy a simple meal out with the kids. #sponsored

This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.

On a recent weekend, we surprised the kids with a trip to McDonald's for breakfast. They LOVE hotcakes, so they were super excited. My husband and I were also excited, specifically about the idea of not cooking breakfast. He and I have some great memories of McDonald's breakfasts over the years, but since we have had kids, we have gone out for breakfast less and less. Now that the kids are getting a little older, we are trying to do more fun family activities.


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12 Activities for Busy Toddlers from The Kids Weekly Co-Op

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12 Activities for Busy Toddlers from The Kids Weekly Co-Op - ways to play with and engage an on-the-go toddler.

The week has just flown by hasn't it? Each week, creative bloggers link up their ideas and activities for kids in The Kids Weekly Co-Op. I was inspired by all the fun toddler activities that were shared last week. Toddlers have a lot of energy and they like to keep busy and explore the world around them. You will want to pin this list of 12 Activities for Busy Toddlers and refer to it on days when you are looking for ways to engage and play with your child. Don't forget to link up your kid friendly project below. If you have been featured this week, grab a button!

Thursday is Sharing Day over at the Mess for Less facebook page. Share a link and photo of a kid or family friendly post you have done. To see what everyone is sharing, click on "Posts to Page" on the lower left hand side. I will be pinning and sharing posts on facebook throughout the week. See you there!
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Fine Motor Skills - Handwriting Practice with Shaving Cream

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Fine Motor Skills - Fine Motor Practice with Shaving Cream. Kids have sensory fun while strengthening their writing skills!

Welcome to the 5th week of Get Ready for K Through Play, a series that I am taking part in with some of my favorite kid bloggers. The goal is to help you prepare your child for Kindergarten. Last week, I shared a Sight Word Hunt, and this week we are all sharing fun ways to practice Fine Motor Skills. Last year for the series, we did some Fine Motor Practice with Straws.  This week, I will show you how to do Handwriting Practice with Shaving Cream. If you still need more fine motor skills ideas then check out these 18 Fine Motor Activities for Preschoolers
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