Monday, January 30, 2012

Looking Back to January 2011

Towards the end of each month in 2011, I revisited some articles I'd written in 2009 and 2010. Not only did that mean new readers of the blog might find something useful otherwise buried in the archives, but it also reminded me of content I could refer to when I wrote new articles.

And here it is 2012! In each month of this year, I plan to look back to posts I've written in 2011. Don't forget, you can always use the right sidebar to find earlier posts. Click Creating, Learning, Reviews, Reading, Writing and Celebrating to explore those themes, or try the Blog Archive to sort by months.

Looking Back for Backwards Day This article lists some popular posts from January 2009 and 2010.

Games for Toddlers - Owlieboo Simple games for under 5s.

Let's Celebrate Australia Day with Boomerang Play You owe it to yourself to try these paper boomerangs. The kids might enjoy them too!

Literacy Via Air Mail - Guest Post More flying paper. A literacy game that's huge fun.

Teaching Kids to Type Some online resources.

Introducing Kids to Fairy Tales Online Some ideas and activities for introducing your youngsters to fairy tales.
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Fairy Tales Online and a Fairy Tale Party Online resources and party ideas with a fairy tale theme.

Myths Brainstorming Machine Check out this excellent Scholastic resource, part of the Myths, Folktales and Fairytales website.

Let's Celebrate A.A.Milne's Birthday A wonderful day to remember Pooh and Friends - Milne's birthday was January 18.

Picassopation In which the Book Chook yearns to be an artist.

Make a Comic at Digger and the Gang Another great little comic maker for kids.

Cartoonize Yourself Adding effects to images can help kids get inspiration for their creative projects.

Word Fun at Only Connect An online game that's stacks of fun for teens and adults! I also invented a modified real life game you could play with younger kids.

4 comments:

  1. Ooo, I like this! Like a treasure trove for me. Will tuck it away to look at later today...have a book to read and review. Er, which begs the question why am I on twitter?

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  2. I remember these ones! Especially the fairy tale party one ;)

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  3. @Deb MarshallThank you for "treasure trove"! I hope it works out that way. As for Twitter - not all the black holes are in space!

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  4. @Green MamaI had a feeling you would remember that one, Holly!

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