Similar Posts

13 Comments

  1. Kim Sorgius says:

    What a beautiful and fun way to play! Thank you for linking up with The Homeschool Village. I enjoyed this idea and will feature it in the Link-up next week!

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Thank you, Kim! I’m so honored and very excited to be featured next week!! Thanks again!

  2. Emma @sciencesparks says:

    What a fantastic idea. I love that you did it in the bath!

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Thank you, Emma! Yes, the bath tub is sometimes easier and less messy! I love your ice ideas. We’ll be trying those out!

  3. what fun…wish I had thought of this when my kids were little. now, it’s filed away for grandkids

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Thanks, Kerry!! Hope you can use this for your grandkids! I’m sure they will love it just as much! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Erica @ Spoonful of Imagination says:

    You are such an amazing mommy!!! I adore this post!! I wish I got to hang out with you at BEACH this year! Next year! Thank you so much for linking up today!!

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Thanks so much, Erica! I think you are quite an amazing mom yourself! I know, I wish you were going to BEECH! Maybe next year?!

  5. That is funny, because just Saturday Troy and I were giving Berkley ice cubes (to make sure she stayed hydrated because i didn’t think she was feeling well). I told him that she needed lots of water because she was sick and she loves ice cubes. He didn’t understand that we were giving her water through the ice cubes. Now he will ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Teaching Mama says:

      Kel- that is hilarious! I know, I thought he already knew that ice is the same as water, but now that I think about it, I never have taught him this. I hope he’ll remember it now! Have a great day! ๐Ÿ™‚

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge