Saturday, December 29, 2007

Winner #1!

The first winner of the Little Fun; Little Learning Christmas Giveaway is Katelyn. Katelyn is new to blogging. She has just started her own site, Miscellany Mom. Yay for Katelyn! :clapping: :o)

Katelyn will receive the prize package from Oopsie Dazie. Check out the cute selection of hair accessories that Cindy has to offer.

Please remember to thank our sponsors by visiting their websites. Stay tuned for more winners and giveaways.


Thrifty Mommy Giveaway

Here it is . . . giveaway #4. This giveaway is from Thrifty Mommy. Included in the giveaway are two books - The Prayer of Jabez for Kids and A Life God Rewards for Kids. Both books are written by Bruce Wilkinson. The value of this package is $19.98.

You have a chance to enter this contest twice. Here's how:

1) Leave a comment below.

2) Post about this giveaway on your site. This will count as another entry in the contest, but a separate comment with a direct link must be left below for this to count. Please follow the rules on this one to insure that you receive another entry.

This prize is available to US and Canadian residents. Readers from other countries may enter to win, but they are responsible for shipping costs.

Unfortunately, blogger does not provide me with email addresses of commenters. Please leave a way for me to get in touch with you or check back periodically throughout the month for the announcement of winners.

Please visit our sponsors so that we can show them we appreciate their donations. Our sponsors so far are RS Designs, Oopsie Dazie, A Healthy Balance, and Thrifty Mommy. If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact me. BTW, it's not too late to enter the contests. To win the design package from RS Designs, you must be a subscriber to Little Fun; Little Learning.

These giveaways are still up for grabs:
Breast Cancer Awareness Earrings from A Healthy Balance
$100 Design Package from RS Designs


Thursday, December 27, 2007

I'm Back!

I'm back from being gone for Christmas. Sunday after church we drove to my aunt's house, which is a few hours away. She was having the entire family over for Christmas dinner. Then Monday afternoon we left to go to my parent's house. Now it's almost 12:30 a.m. We just got home about 30 minutes ago. Whew! I'm ready for bed.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know . . . I will announcing a winner for the Oopsie Dazie hairclips soon. If you haven't done so, make sure you leave a comment so that you can be entered in the drawing. Also, I will be listing another giveaway this week.

Don't forget, there are two other giveaways going on . . . the design package and the breast cancer awareness earrings.

Talk to you soon. :)


Saturday, December 22, 2007

Happy Birthday Jesus!


Friday, December 21, 2007

Snowman Ornament

My friend Karen and I were having an online discussion about kid-made ornaments tonight. What else do moms have to talk about? lol She told me about this snowman ornament that her son made two years ago.

As you can see, you use a plastic or glass ball ornament. I'm sure red, green, or blue would work fine. Dip the child's fingertips in white paint to make the body of the snowman. After the paint dries you can use a permanent marker or paint to add the eyes, nose, and buttons. Then add the name and date to the back and a nice bow on top. Very cute and simple. This is a great keepsake. I think I might try this with my kids this year.

If you have something you'd like to share, just shoot me an email.


Reindeer Handprint Craft

I did this reindeer activity with my preschoolers last year. (Thanks to my friend Karen for sending me this picture so that I didn't have to dig my stuff out.) The head/nose of the reindeer is made with the child's foot and the antlers are made with hands. You could use this for a sweatshirt, tote bag, apron, banner (as shown), or just on a piece of cardstock. The eyes are wiggle eyes and the nose is a pom-pom. Here is a poem that you could use:

This isn't just a reindeer
As you can plainly see.
I made it with my hands
Which are a part of me.
It comes with lots of love
Especially to say
I hope you have a very,
Merry Christmas Day!


Thursday, December 20, 2007

Fun-Filled Friday: Fun Christmas Links

I'm posting this week's Fun-Filled Friday links a little early this week. I thought you could use a little extra time to get started since Christmas is only a few days away. Have fun! :)


Easy Ornament Idea

My kids made these ornaments at church last night. They are pretty easy to make. You just buy clear bulb ornaments and have the kids attach Christmas foam stickers to them. If you wanted to embellish them a little you could add beads, sequins, glitter, etc. Just know that you may need a few extra in case some of them break. lol


Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Merry Christmas!

Wordless Wednesday at 5 Minutes for Mom.


Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Free Clip Art

I found a cool website today that has some great clip art. Best of all, it's free! Yay! I love free stuff. All you have to do is credit their site. Another thing I really like about their clip art is that you can change the color of the background. Just click on the clip art that you like and it will give you color options. The site is Christ Art. Have fun!


A Healthy Balance Giveaway

It's time for another random giveaway. :) This giveaway comes from A Healthy Balance. The prize is a set of breast cancer awareness earrings. This set is valued at $15.

You have a chance to enter this contest twice. Here's how:

1) Leave a comment below.

2) Post about this giveaway on your site. This will count as another entry in the contest, but a separate comment with a link must be left below for this to count. Please follow the rules on this one to insure that you receive another entry.

This prize is available to US and Canadian residents. Readers from other countries may enter to win, but they are responsible for shipping costs.

Unfortunately, blogger does not provide me with email addresses of commenters. Please leave a way for me to get in touch with you or check back periodically throughout the month for the announcement of winners.

Please visit our sponsors so that we can show them we appreciate their donations. Our sponsors so far are RS Designs, Oopsie Dazie, and A Healthy Balance. If you would like to become a sponsor, please contact me. BTW, it's not too late to enter the first two contests. A winner will be chosen soon for the Oopsie Dazie hairbows. To win the design package from RS Designs, you must be a subscriber to Little Fun; Little Learning.


Monday, December 17, 2007

Sticker Giveaway

When I was elementary school, I used to love getting scratch-and-sniff stickers on my papers. Now you can continue to enjoy the stickers. is the sponsor of the first Printables4Kids giveaway. By leaving a comment on the post at Printables4Kids, you can enter to win a Happy Allie “The Works” gift package which includes:
one (1) Smell Sticker collector Album
one (1) diary with lock
one (1) scented stationery set
ten (10) packs of Smell Stickers

Leave your comments at Printables4Kids for a chance to win the sticker prize package.


Saturday, December 15, 2007

Oopsie Dazie Giveaway

Cindy, a SAHM of two, started Oopsie Dazie because she couldn’t find any unique hair accessories for her daughter. She started with clips and grew to headbands and pony tail holders. What sets Oopsie Dazie apart is the endless number of ribbon and topper combinations. It’s very possible that a clip could be a one of a kind. The offerings are always changing as well, so you can keep coming back to see what is new. It’s impossible for someone to own everything Cindy makes, because the options are endless. Plus, they are absolutely affordable and shipping is free!

The winner of this giveaway will receive two products of their choice from Oopsie Dazie. There are two ways to win the prize from Cindy.

1) Leave a comment below telling which product from Oopsie Dazie is your favorite.

2) Install the Little Fun; Little Learning giveaway button on your blog (the code is at the top right of the screen) or post about these giveaways on your website. If you choose option 2, please leave a separate comment with a link to your site or post. This will just make it easier to keep track of how many entries you have.

Don't forget about the grand prize giveaway from RS Designs. To be have a chance to win the design package, simply become a Little Fun; Little Learning subscriber no later than December 31. The subscription box is in the sidebar. It says Subscribe to Our Newsletter.

Unfortunately, blogger does not provide bloggers with email addresses of commenters. Please leave a way for me to get in touch with you or check back periodically throughout the month for the announcement of winners.


Friday, December 14, 2007

Christmas Ornament Ideas

These are some pictures of ornaments that we have made over the years. I hope these will give you some ideas for ornaments that you can make with your children.

These were made during my daughter's first year of preschool. The one on the left is (unfortunately) made of construction paper. Needless to say, it won't hold up well. The one on the right is made of the craft foam kits from Oriental Trading. They're very inexpensive. I'm not thrilled with the Christmas tree one though. As you can see, the red berries fall off very easily.

We made these last year at preschool. Thankfully, we were able to use a dye cut machine to make the Christmas trees. We used some old buttons that we had in the supply closet and some glitter for the garland. I think the foam only costs us $2. These were very thrifty ornaments! :)

My daughter came home with the stocking on the left. I think it was made with a kit, but it is made from craft foam. I'm sure you could also make this with cardstock or fabric. The one on the right is simply beads strung onto pipe cleaner. This is one of my daughter's favorite ornaments.

Do you have any hand made ornaments that you'd like to share with us? Leave a link below or tell us about it.


Fun-Filled Friday

Sorry these are posted a little late today. Life has been a bit too busy lately. Hope you enjoy these fun links.


Thursday, December 13, 2007

Random Giveaways

Just a reminder that there will be random giveaways during the month of December. I have a few giveaways lined up, so be sure to check back. Don't forget that to win the grand prize giveaway from RS Designs, you must be a subscriber. Also, thanks to Revka for creating the giveaway buttons. If you would like to donate a prize, please email me using the contact button. :)
Please help spread the word about the giveaways. Thanks!


Four Seasons Activity

My daughter brought this home from school this week. I thought it was a cute idea. Just divide the paper into four sections and write the seasons on the paper. For spring use blue fingerprints, summer is a sun made from a yellow circle, fall is foam leaf stickers, and winter is foam snowflake stickers.


Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Santa Claus Handprint Craft

A reader at DLTK sent in this idea. The only paint colors you need are red and white.

Paint your child's hand with white paint on the tip of the thumb, white on the fingers for Santa's beard, red on the ball of the hand with a little white under it, and pink on the palm (mix the white and red to make the pink).

After the paint dries, use markers to make Santa's face, cut around the paper, punch a hole in the top, and add a string to hang the ornament.


Thursday, December 6, 2007

You Don't Want to Miss This

During the month of December there will be random postings for giveaways. Be sure to check back to see what you can win.

I am saving the best giveaway for subscribers. Revka at RS Designs is giving away a Gold Design Package, valued at $100.

You may choose five (5) of the following options (price includes
up to 3 image credits; you may pay for more credits if you desire):
Custom header
Custom signature
Custom divider
Custom button/banner
Custom background image
Color coordination (change your blog’s text colors to coordinate with your custom images)
Add or delete a column
Custom navigation bar

I have to admit that I wish I had this prize. ;) If you'd like to be entered to win Revka's Gold Design Package, be sure to become a subscriber to Little Fun; Little Learning by December 31st.

Please blog about this great giveaway or tell your friends. If you have something you'd like to donate for the giveaway, please contact me.

Good luck!


Care Bear Coloring Pages

My daughter loves to color, especially pictures from her favorite cartoons and toys. Char at Printables 4 Kids has posted links to great places to find Care Bear printable coloring pages. If you're like me, then you need a little something extra to keep the kids entertained while you get your decorating and cleaning done. Hope your children will enjoy these.


Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Parents Toys Giveaway

5 Minutes for Mom has an incredible prize package to give away from Parents® Toys. This would be great for Christmas! Check it out.


Wordless Wednesday

Southport, NC

Bald Head Island, NC


Photo Ornaments in 15 Minutes

This is a simple ornament idea that you could do with your child. Perhaps they could make one as a gift for grandma and grandpa. Click here for the photo ornament idea from Photojojo.


Saturday, December 1, 2007

Gingerbread House

Now that I am not teaching, I have a preschool website and I need lots of ideas. lol It seems when I was in "teacher mode" I could think of ideas all day long. Thankfully, one of my best friends sends me pictures of her daughter's creations.

To make the gingerbread house (which really isn't made of gingerbread, lol) they used a small milk carton for the center to hold up the crackers. The exterior is made of graham crackers, icing, and candy.

Have fun and enjoy making a mess! :)


Friday, November 30, 2007

Fun-Filled Friday: Christmas is on the Way!

Christmas will be here before we know it. Here are some links to get you started.

Audrey's Christmas Page - coloring pages, songs, skits and plays, crafts, recipes, and more

Everything Preschool - Christmas songs and music

Printables 4 Kids - gingerbread house coloring page and activities

Child's Play Family Daycare - songs and fingerplays, recipes, crafts, activities and games


Thursday, November 29, 2007

I'll Be on the Radio Tonight!

Cooper Lawrence has asked me to be on her show again tonight. I'll be discussing ways to save time and money on Christmas. I hope you can stop by for the Thrifty Mommy segment, which will begin sometimes around 9:20 p.m. tonight. You can also listen via livestream from Cooper's website.


Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Christmas Tree Craft

The Make it From Scratch blog carnival is up at Stop the Ride. As usual, there are a lot of good ideas to choose from. One of my favorite ideas is Stephanie's Christmas tree craft. This is perfect for gift giving. Stephanie made her tree into a wall hanging, but this idea would work well on a sweatshirt, tote bag, or apron. How thrifty!


Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Christmas Plays for Children

The secretary at my church asked if I knew of some easy Christmas plays for children. I did some searching today and thought my Little Fun readers might have interest in them too.

Feel free to put links to other Christmas play and skits in the comments.


Christmas With a Capital "C"

I've had this sent to me twice in the past week. It has a pretty good beat. My daughter has one of the Go Fish cds.


Thursday, November 22, 2007

I Am So Thankful

Today we went to my brother's house for Thanksgiving dinner. He lives about 2 1/2 hours from us. My sister-in-law's family was there and a few people that she works with. Now we're at my parent's house, which is another 2 hours from my brother.

Tomorrow my hubby and I are actually going to get away by ourselves and leave the kids with my parents for an overnight trip. Yay! I'm so excited! We haven't been away by ourselves in years. I would like to go to Cape Hatteras. I've never been there and have wanted to go for many years. It's a little farther away then we'd like to travel for a 1 1/2 day get away, so we'll probably go somewhere closer.

Anyway, I'm sitting here all by myself. Everyone else is asleep. I'm used to keeping the late night blogging hours. I guess I need to get to bed early while I can.

Here are some of the things I am so grateful for:

  • Words cannot tell how grateful I am for Jesus giving it all for me. These songs express a little about how I feel - Jesus, You Gave it All and Love You So Much.
  • My parents who taught me of God's goodness and modeled His love for me.
  • My husband. He loves God, me, and his children. He comes home every night and he provides for his family.
  • My children. I prayed for them many years before they were born. I pray that one day they'll experience a relationship with Jesus and know the peace and joy that He brings.
  • God's provisions. We have a nice house, working vehicles, clothes to wear, and food to eat each day.
  • For the United States. I am so very thankful for the men and women that have fought and sacrificed for the freedoms that we have.
  • My true friends that love me in spite of my failures and are there for me when no one else is.
  • For holidays such as today when we set aside time and reflect upon our blessings.

I can't even begin to describe how I feel right now. I am gushing with gratefulness.

We love because He first loved us. I John 4:19


Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to you! I hope your day is surrounded by the ones you love.

Due to the holidays, there will not be a Fun-Filled Friday post this week. Next week I plan to begin posting lots of Christmas ideas. Be sure to check out the archives. There's plenty there to choose from.

By the way, what are you thankful for?


Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Thanksgiving Place Mat

Here is a cute idea for a Thanksgiving place mat. You write "I am thankful for . . . " and then have the child draw pictures of things for which they're thankful. It looks like this particular mat has die cut leaves around it. You could cut some out yourself and/or have your child help you. If you don't feel too creative, then a plain colored border would work too.

Have your children made anything for Thanksgiving?


Sesame Street Advisory

Have you heard the news? According to a warning on Volumes 1 and 2, Sesame Street: Old School is for adults only. "These early Sesame Street episodes are intended for grown-ups, and may not suit the needs of today's preschool child."

Say what? At a recent all-ages home screening, a hush fell over the room.
“What did they do to us?” asked one Gen-X mother of two, finally. The show
rolled, and the sweet trauma came flooding back. What they did to us was
hard-core. Man, was that scene rough. The masonry on the dingy brownstone at
123 Sesame Street, where the closeted Ernie and Bert shared a dismal
basement apartment, was deteriorating. Cookie Monster was on a fast track to
diabetes. Oscar’s depression was untreated. Prozacky Elmo didn’t exist.

When I was growing up, I never watched Sesame Street. I guess I'm safe from all the trauma. lol

What do you think about this?


Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Nick Jr Celebrates Thanksgiving

I have noticed something pretty aggravating about the Nick Jr. site--whenever you find something you like, you'd better bookmark it. The site is constantly changing. One day you could find something that you like and the next day you go to look for and you could search for a while.

Thankfully, last week I bookmarked their Thanksgiving page for you. There is plenty to do. There are recipes, a Thanksgiving tree, place cards, placemats, printables, craft ideas, and ideas to help your child stay active.

Yesterday, I was on my phone with a good friend and her child was about to drive her nuts. I told her to click on Nick Jr. and let her child have fun. She immediately found a Holly Hobbie game she wanted to play. Now here's my tip: Save special stuff like this for when you absolutely have to have something to keep your child busy. That way, being on this site or any other site won't become a normal day activity that will be "no big deal" to them. When you're cooking Thanksgiving dinner and need your child out of your way and fast, tips like these can really be a help. :)
Have you found any great sites? Please leave them in the comments.


Sunday, November 18, 2007

Amazing Little Boy!

Here is a clip that is circulating over the internet quickly. This little boy, Logan, called into a radio station to share some wisdom.
Here is a direct link from the radio station -


Friday, November 16, 2007

Thanksgiving Turkey Craft

My friend sent these pictures to me today. Her daughter made this in preschool.

  • brown material - burlap (Don't forget to pick up some extra for the vests.)
  • feathers - fingers painted different colors
  • body - brown construction paper
  • beak - yellow craft foam (construction paper would work fine too)
  • eyes - wiggle eyes
  • wattle - red construction paper
  • legs - yellow paint

The SPUMPS is the name of their preschool.


Fun-Filled Friday Part 2: Happy Thanksgiving!

Just as I had hoped, here is Part 2 of Fun-Filled Friday. Hope you enjoy all these ideas. Be sure to check back later throughout the week. I'm hoping to have more Thanksgiving ideas for you.

1) Thankful Tree

Isn't this Thankful Tree cute? I found this idea over at Boasting in My Weakness. To get started, you'll need a tree. (You can make one from brown posterboard, construction paper, felt, etc. You could also use a branch placed in a flower pot and then hang the leaves on the tree.) Then you'll need to cut out some leaves of different fall colors. Ask your family, "What are you most thankful to God for?" Then write each family member's response on a leaf and stick it to the tree. Repeat this daily until Thanksgiving. You can read them all on Thanksgiving day.

It is important for us to learn to be thankful for what we have. Being thankful helps us learn to be content and happy, no matter our circumstances.

2) Thanksgiving Scripture Place Cards

Boasting in My Weakness also has an idea for scripture place cards. Your kids could help decorate these with glitter, stickers, etc.

3) Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

Printables for Kids has free Thanksgiving coloring pages.

Have fun!


Fun-Filled Friday Part 1: Fall Songs

I feel badly that I haven't put more time into giving you ideas. When I was teaching, I had ideas constantly flowing through my head. I was in the teaching mode. Now that I'm staying home, I'm having to do more searching. I did some digging in the basement today and found some of the songs we used to sing for fall and Thanksgiving. Sorry, I have no idea where these came from or I would give proper credit. As you can see, I have labeled this Fun-Filled Friday Part 1. I hope to post more ideas today.

Hello Mr. Turkey
tune of If You're Happy and You Know It

Hello, Mr. Turkey, how are you?
Hello, Mr. Turkey, how are you?
With a gobble, gobble, gobble,
And a wobble, wobble, wobble,
Hello, Mr. Turkey, how are you?

Gobbly, Wobbly, Turkeys
tune of Ten Little Indians

One little, two little, three little turkeys,
Gobbly, wobbly, bobbly turkeys,
hurry, scurry, worry turkeys,
It's Thanksgiving Day!

Thank you, Thank you, This We Say
tune of Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Thank you for the earth and sky. (Form circle with fingertips; then point to sky.)
Thank you for the birds that fly. (Flap arms.)
Thank you for the food we grow. (Cup hands together; then slide one arm upward as if to grow.)
Thank you for the streams that flow. (Flutter fingers as hands move to side)
Thank you, thank you this we say. (Point to lips.)
Thanks for all we have today! (Spread arms out wide.)

Gobble, Gobble
tune of Pop! Goes the Weasel

A turkey is a funny bird.
His head goes wobble, wobble.
He knows just one funny word-
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble.

Leaves are Falling
tune of Jingle Bells

Leaves are falling
Leaves are falling
One fell on my nose

Leaves are falling
Leaves are falling
One fell on my toes.

Leaves are falling
Leaves are falling
One fell on my head.

Leaves are falling
Leaves are falling
Yellow, orange, and red.


Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Warm Weather This Week


Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Another Winner!

I confess that Blogger really annoys me. I am used to using Wordpress at my other 3 blogs. If I want to contact someone, then I can. When they leave a comment I have access to their information. Not so with Blogger. Last week I announced a winner for our Fall Y'all Bloggy Giveaway. I tried to contact the winner, but had no luck. Anyway . . .

I'm pleased to announce our new winner is Awesome Mom. Congratulations! :D I chose comment #13 because I have been married for 13 years.


Friday, November 9, 2007

Sesame Street Website

I found the Sesame Street website today. Perhaps you've known about it and I'm just now getting a clue. lol Anyway, the site looks great!

This Potty Time Game will be good for my 2-year-old. He wants to be potty trained, but gets stubborn sometimes. Maybe this will give him the encouragement he needs.

Check out their games, stories, art, music, mail, and Elmo's World. They also have a parent's section.



Fun-Filled Friday: Thanksgiving Ideas

It's hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. I'm sure some of you are already looking for Thanksgiving arts & crafts ideas, so here are some to inspire you and get you started.

Thankful Pumpkins

For each pumpkin, cut out the inside portion of a large paper plate. Paint the remaining rim orange. Cut a white construction paper circle a little bit larger than the open area inside the rim; then glue the paper to the back of the rim. Have each child add a green or brown construction paper stem to their pumpkin. Around the top of the orange part of the pumpkin, use a permanent marker to write, "I am thankful for . . .". Then have the child draw and color something to complete the sentence.

Optional: If you have a classroom of pumpkins, you can mount these to a bulletin board and make a vine to go around the pumpkins. You could also change this design and use orange construction paper instead of painting the paper plates.

Rustic vests

My first year teaching preschool, I actually made these for each of my preschoolers. This is before I had children of my own, but still the project took me so long that I was left frazzled and wondering, "What was I thinking?" LOL The children loved their vests and they wore them to the family Thanksgiving dinner at the school. Anyway, on to the project.

You will need 1/2 yard of burlap for each child's vest. Fold the burlap once for an 18-inch square. Cut a v shape in the fold for the neck opening. Then cut from the bottom of the front panel to the bottom of the v-shaped opening. This will be the front of the vest. Pin the sides at least half way up. Using a plastic yarn needle and yarn, sew the sides as pinned and remove the pins. (I chose to sew the sides of the vest myself. My students were 3&4 years old.) Draw a Native American design onto the vest with permanent markers. (Supervision is needed with permanent markers!)

Optional: Using bright colors of yarn, straight stitch over the lines. Finish the vest with additional stitching as desired. (I skipped this step. It was all I could do get enough of these done for everyone. lol) If you have only one child to make this for, then you could try this step (or if you actually have some help).

This idea is from a very old, but still good Mailbox magazine.

More Thanksgiving ideas via link love:


Thursday, November 8, 2007

Under the Sea Video

I found an awesome fullscreen flash video today from National Geographic. Here are some uses I thought of:
  • use it when studying the letter "O" and talk about the ocean
  • great for homeschool moms to use when studying the ocean
  • classroom teachers could show it
  • my little 2-year-old would love to watch it
  • Watch it yourself. Seriously, the colors are beautiful and I think anyone would enjoy watching.



Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Florida Trip


Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Our Fall Y'all Bloggy Winner

It has been a weird week. If you've been reading then you'll know that my family has been in Florida for a few days. Before we left I posted giveaways at all four of my blogs. Whew! I can't even begin to tell you the comments I've been getting. My other 3 blogs are hosted by Wordpress and if you have a new commenter, then you have to approve the comment. Then for each comment I get at my blogs, an email comes to my inbox. Needless to say, I've had tons of emails!!!! lol

Ok, ok, on to the giveaway. I chose commenter #42 because my children are ages 4 & 2. Congratulations to And Then There Were3. Be sure to look in your inbox for an email from me.

Thanks to everyone for participating. I hope to have some more giveaways going on soon. If you would like to give away a prize, please contact me.

Have a great week! :o)


Saturday, November 3, 2007


Sorry I've not been around the past few days. Our family took a spontaneous trip to Florida. The trip here was horrible. My 2 and 4 year old did not want to ride. You know how that goes. Hopefully, the trip returning home will be better.

We're here visiting my husband's parents. They're moving into a different house, so we've been helping them unpack. Their house is right on the canal, so it's pretty cool to watch the boats drive by. There is also a screened in pool. Yes, my husband and kids got in the pool today. It sounds crazy to get in a pool in November. I heard today that North Carolina got freezing weather last night. It's funny to be here and to be enjoying the warm weather.

In case you don't already know, there is a giveaway going on. This is my first one for Little Fun; Little Learning. Be sure to leave a comment with the giveaway announcement so that you can be entered in the drawing.

I'll try to get back on track in a few days. Have a great weekend and don't forget to set your clocks back! :o)


Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The Fall Y'all Bloggy Giveaway

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Rocks in My Dryer has her Fall, Y'all Bloggy Giveaway going on. As of now, nearly 600 bloggers are participating. That's a bunch of prizes. Little Fun; Little Learning is participating too. :)

At Little Fun; Little Learning I'm giving away 3 Winnie the Pooh parent & child read together books. Titles include The Blustery Day, Pooh Helps Out, and The Big Honeypot Rescue. The value of this prize is $20.97. These books are for preschoolers. Here's more info:

  • based on McGraw-Hill's proven and exclusive sight word curriculum, a fun and lively story about Pooh and his friends develops important reading skills!
  • You and your child share a unique reading experience that helps your child develop reading and comprehension skills!
  • Activity pages following the story allow your child to practice the words he or she has learned!


  • Engaging story featuring Winnie the Pooh and friends!
  • Over 30 perforated flash cards with featured sight words that can be removed to help children practice new words!
  • A 9-page activity section to build language and comprehension skills!
  • Best of all, because these readers are brought to you by the premier publisher of educational books for grades PreK-12, your child will be preparing effectively for the school years ahead!

To win, all you need to do is comment on this post. It's that simple. The drawing will be some time next week. The winner will be contacted via email and the lucky winner will also be posted here at Little Fun; Little Learning.

I'm sorry, but due to shipping costs, this giveaway is limited to US shipping addresses. Please make sure you leave your correct email address in the box and not in the comments. I'd hate for you to get unnecessary spam.

Good luck!