Thursday, March 3, 2016

Teaching Together Blog Hop #6

Hey, everybody! Welcome to the Teaching Together Blog Hop. I, together with Whitney at Work it Mommy, Amanda at Tickled Pink, Courtney at A+ Life, and Beth at Our Pretty Little Girls, thought that a link up focusing on preschool activities, homeschooling ideas, and play at home learning would be a great way to pool together all sorts of fun and educational resources. A place to share and be inspired. Check back on the original post for full details, and/or past blog hops for great ideas!

Today I am sharing the last half of Aria's alphabet hand print and foot print animals - from N to Z!
Animal ABCs. teaching together blog hop

Big N little n, what begins with n...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Nautilus!
*this one looked a lot better in my mind, ha

Big O little o, what begins with o...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Owl!

Big P little p, what begins with p...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Pig!

Big Q little q, what begins with q...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Quetzal!

Big R little r, what begins with r...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Raccoon!

Big S little s, what begins with s...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Sea Turtle!

Big T little t, what begins with t...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Toucan!

Big U little u, what begins with u...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Urchin!

Big V little v, what begins with v...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Vulture!

Big W little w, what begins with w...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Warthog!

Big X little x, what begins with x...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
X-ray Fish!

Big Y little y, what begins with y...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Yak!

Big Z little z, what begins with z...
Sweet Turtle Soup: Animal Hand & Foot Print Alphabet Art
Zebra!

Click HERE for Hand & Foot Print Animal ABCs A through M:
http://sweet-turtle-soup.blogspot.com/2016/02/teaching-together-blog-5.html

Sweet Turtle Soup

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10 comments:

  1. So cute and creative! It's hard coming up with certain letters!

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  2. I love these! So creative! I bet you two had a blast. I agree with Meghan though, some letters would be hard to come up with an animal.

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  3. Holy cow you are one talented footprint artist! these look great, you need to laminate and put it in a book!

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  4. These are just the cutest! I'm so impressed with all the animals you were able to find - and then create with hands and feet!

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  5. So, so cute! Now you have a sweet little memory book for her :). You did a great job on these!

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  6. Amazing! Hard to pick faves, but the piggy and raccoon really stick out. So cute!

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  7. That raccoon is the best thing I've seen all day! This was such a fun project and to see it completed makes ME feel accomplished lol.

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  8. SO cute!!! I love her face in some of them. Like uhh mom are we done? LOL. Kids, so willing to help. But seriously, these are so cute!!! I thought the quetzal (??) was a parrot at first. To be honest, I don't know what it is, never heard of it, so maybe it is a parrot? Regardless, it's super cute! As is the raccoon!

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  9. I repeat my previous comment. So creative!!! And you're displaying these somewhere yeah?

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