Posts Tagged ‘giveaways’
If you are looking for a fun way to aid in teaching your hands-on learning child math, Ten-Frame Treasures just may be the activity set you are looking for! This comprehensive math manipulative set appealed to both my son age 2 1/2 and my daughter age 5. It can help you teach base-ten number concepts and it’s great for early addition and subtraction. Let’s be serious here too, what kid doesn’t get excited over a treasure chest?
The set as a whole comes with 85 pieces. There’s the chest, 4 Ten-Frame Trays, 40 Silver Coins, & 40 Gold coins. The coins all have the same design which is a crown on one side and on the other a ship. Both my kids liked the designs and thought it was cool that the images were raised. Each of the trays can hold ten coins each. And a bonus is that the trays and the coins fit into the treasure chest making it easy to store. I will note that there’s no latch or anything so if the treasure chest topples over or is held upside down, you’ll have pieces scattered everywhere. Read the rest of this entry »
I so adore coming across beautifully handcrafted items of all kinds, especially jewelry. I don’t have a whole lot in my current collection because I’m pretty selective in what appeals to me. I’ve adopted that that less is more so I like to really only collect pieces that can be worn when dressing casual as well as for a more formal occasion. With that being said, I recently came across the perfect combination of both in the original hand-crafted jewelry created by Freshie & Zero! Read the rest of this entry »
I simply adore coming across unique and beautiful items of all kinds, especially when browsing Etsy. Being and artisan myself, I appreciate all the careful planning, hard work, and thoughtful touches that typically are portrayed when something is handmade. And speaking of my previous appreciation of the art and artist, I’d like to spotlight Quiet Mischief and Company. This artisan meets and exceeds all my likes and loves when it comes to uniquely beautiful handcrafted wares.
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