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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

December Giveaway :Beyond Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookbook Giveaway

This month our giveaway will be the “Beyond Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookbook” published by INA. This cookbook features lots of great easy, kid tested recipes, craft ideas and projects.

To enter:
Please share your own "Beyond Peanut Butter & Jelly Cookbook" recipe, craft or project idea that you and your charges enjoy doing-past or present.

Please post it in the comment section so others may see it.

You may enter (one entry per item for a total of up to 3 entries)
-a craft idea
-a recipe
-a project idea (holiday giving project etc)

Giveaway ends: Sunday December 13, 2009 at 6:00 pm EST. Winner will have 48 hrs to get back to us, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

To get a sneak peak at this great cookbook go to Creative Nanny on Wednesday.

3 comments: December 1, 2009 at 8:32 AM  

I actually let my MB borrow it for the kids and she LOVES it!

suburban prep December 5, 2009 at 8:58 PM  

To make a wreath that is all child They trace their hands on construction paper. I cut them out. I cuts a large circle out of cardboard and then they glue the hands all around the circle with the fingers out not towards the circle. This way the parents have a record as their child's get older withtheir hand size getting larger.

Tara December 6, 2009 at 10:22 PM  

I love the handprint wreaths! I do them with charges for different seasons, using different colors of paper for their hands that go with the season. I get stickers or cut out pictures that go with the season and let them decorate their wreaths, too! It's fun to pull out old ones and see how their hands have grown. I usually cut out the center of a paper plate and use the outer rim of it for a back.

This year I tried something new with my charges. The week before Thanksgiving we talked a lot about the various people we know around town (the waitstaff at our favorite local diner, the lady at the bank who always remembers favorite lollipop flavors, etc) that we appreciate. I helped the children (ages 2,2, and 4) make Thank You cards and we delivered them the week of Thanksgiving. Each week before Christmas, we are making different kinds of cookies or treats. We keep a few, then package up the rest to take to the office staff at our church, left some for the cleaning woman, etc.

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