Sharing Saturday 15-44

Thank you to everyone who shared last week!! It was another great week of sharing!  Remember the features are just a sampling of the things shared so if you did not get a chance to check them all out, go back and be inspired! This week's features' themes are Pumpkins, Thanksgiving & Diwali, and Educational & Fun. Also a side note  I host another link party on Saturday night for crafts for any age person called Crafty Weekends. If you are sharing a craft (especially a non-child craft) this is the best place to do it with some fun features from the previous week!! Our third party will be tomorrow night. Stop by to share your crafts, patterns, reviews of craft books, etc.

Pumpkin Features

Halloween was last week, but here are a few pumpkin themed ideas leftover or for general autumn ideas. One activity even uses some leftover candy.
1) From Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes: A Fall Story to Read and Retell (It is one of our favorites!)

2) From Mini Monets and Mommies: Pumpkin Seed Fall Tree Kids' Art

3) From Royal Little Lambs: Pumpkin Math

4) From April's Homemaking: Metallic Painted Pumpkin Project

Thanksgiving & Diwali Features

The leaves are beautiful here and falling. Acorns are scattered and Diwali and Thanksgiving are approaching.

1) From Mrs. Karle's Sight and Sound Reading: Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

2) From Something 2 Offer: Turkey Felt Finger Puppets

3) From Multicultural Kid Blogs: Diwali Moments

Educational & Fun Features

Educational posts and a fun craft!!

1) From Share It! Science: Batty about Bats

2) From There's Just One Mommy: Recycle a Lunchbox into a Dollhouse

3) From STEAM Powered Family: Hatch Dinosaur Eggs with Science

4) From All Done Monkey written by Happy Go KL: Children's Books from Malaysia

Thank you to everyone who shared the last week!! I hope you will share again!! If you are featured here, please feel free to grab a featured button to display proudly on your blog. 

From Your Hostess:

I co-host the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop for any culture related post (it lasts for a month). This week we hosted our Crafty Weekends Link Party with a review of Thanksgiving Activity Book, our first Native American Heritage Month post with a review of P'esk'a and learning about the Sts'ailes People, a review of the soon-to-be released collection of Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, a review of ChalkOla chalk markers, a review of the humorous The Great Thanksgiving Escape, our adventures with Modern Art Adventures.  I also started my Gift Suggestion List. Be sure to check it and my posts out. And to link up at Crafty Weekends Saturday night and Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop on Sunday!

Now for This Week's Party 

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1)  Please follow Crafty Moms Share via the ways that works best for you.  

2)  Link any kid-friendly, child-centered post. Please no etsy shops or giveaways, etc.  Remember to link to your actual post and not to your blog home page.

3) I would love it if you would follow me on FacebookGoogle+, and Pinterest 

4) Please visit at least 3 other posts linked up. Pin, share or comment please!

5) If you do not have a blog, but want to share an idea you can leave it in the comments or e-mail it to me with a picture (if possible).

 Disclaimer: By sharing here, you are giving Crafty Moms Share permission to use your photos for features and to pin your craft at Pinterest.