Top Post of 2011…

The best way to make children good is to make them happy. – Oscar Wilde

A couple days ago I shared my Top 10 Posts of 2011, and today I’m sharing my most popular post of 2011…Cloud Dough!

This post was featured on Ohdeedoh, BabyCenter, Craft Gossip, and it’s all over Pinterest. Playing with Cloud Dough is a wonderful sensory experience that both children and grown-ups have a hard time staying away from. When I made the first batch up for my kids, I couldn’t keep my own hands out of the tub of floury goodness. For more cloud dough fun, Flight of Whimsy is responsible for giving me this awesome project to begin with and we made a Gluten-free version that was almost as delightful as the floury version.

For more child-related “best-of” posts, click on any (and all) of these blogs for more inspiration:AngeliqueFelix.comThe Golden Gleamhands on : as we grow,Toddler ApprovedRed Ted ArtThe Iowa Farmer’s WifeThe Outlaw Mom BlogLet Kids Create,  Come Together KidsCreative With Kids,  Science sparksMama Smiles,  Rainy Day Mumteach mamaKitchen Counter ChroniclesThe Imagination TreeJDaniel Fours MomTeach PreschoolDe tout et de rien: Activités pour le PréscolaireMama Pea PodCrayon FrecklesSun Hats & Wellie BootsFrom Tantrums To Treasure HuntsMy Creative FamilyClassified: MomPuddles and GumbootsArt For Little HandsCreative Connections for KidsAt home with AliNurturestoreThe Chocolate Muffin Tree,Critters and CrayonsThe Mommies Made Me Do It

If you have a blog, please share YOUR top post of 2011. Just one post per blog, please!

 

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    My most viewed post of 2011 was for this series of books.  Thanks for sharing such fabulous ideas!  Wishing you a wonderful 2012!  http://365greatchildrensbooks.blogspot.com/2011/05/day-54-dks-my-first-board-books.html

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