Retro Re-Pin Party 33

Welcome to the Retro Re-pin Party!

Here are some things that I blogged about this week:

Life is a lot different if we try to understand it from our children's perception, doing so helps us understand them better.

 It's hard sometimes to get along with others, and our children need help learning the skills that will help them socialize with their peers. This article talks about how to help young children learn these skills.

The Retro Re-pin Party is a quick, weekly link party where you can share some of your older (or “retro”) pinned blog posts and give them some new exposure while growing your Pinterest reach through re-pins. 

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My Features This Week:


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Kiddie Matters wrote this wonderful post about teaching children about feelings.  As a mom of five kids, I can attest that this is important.  Please stop by and read her post: 9 Ways to teach children about feelings.

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My Big, Fat Happy Life wrote a wonderful piece about making math fun with preschoolers.  I am the mom of a preschooler and my husband is a math teacher, so this post really stood out to me.  Please stop by and read the post: Ways to Make Math Fun For Preschoolers.

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Spark and Pook wrote a fabulous post.  This post includes Easter, math, and preschoolers.  What’s not to love?  Stop by and read: Counting Activity with Plastic Easter Eggs.

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  1. Hello beautiful! What a fun party! Thank you for hosting. Please stop by our party. We would love to share one of your amazing creations. We pin and tweet everything! Lou Lou Girls


  2. Thanks for featuring “9 Ways To Teach Children About Feelings” One of my favorite topics to talk about :-)


    1. Feelings are such an important thing to teach children, and they often get overlooked. Thanks for the resource. :)


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