Links and posts about our website are welcome. Please give links and credit to our site for any content you use; and email me (email@example.com) so I can add you to our links of websites who have featured us below.
Thank you so very much to these wonderful sites for liking and linking to our site—
B.Inspired, Mama! featured us in her series Mama Knows Best: Tips for Mothers from Mothers!
Small Potatoes selected our post, building family connections and creativity: ways to embrace do-nothing moments to share as her featured post here. Thank you Small Potatoes—
rhythm of the home featured printables from our shop here.
lessons learnt journal shared an interview about us here.
mommy pages published an interview about us here.
momtastic shared our tips to enjoying your meal and family at a restaurant here.
a Child's Path included us in a list of great blogs for kids here.
childhood101 linked to our easier-for-little-hands-way of making leaf rubbings. Thank you for finding our twist on this classic project a good one to share.
living montessori now and one hook wonder shared our pancakes for breakfast—books, recipe and activity with their readers. Living Montessori Now also added our pancake post to her living montessori now facebook page and on her kids' food fun board on Pinterest.
karla m curry: keeping it plain and simple has gifted us with the versatile blogger award. Thank you so very much, Karla. It's always, always so very nice to know when someone is reading and enjoying what we share.
living montessori now and one hook wonder shared our nature play ideas with their readers. Living Montessori Now also added these nature play ideas on her living montessori now facebook page and on her exploring nature board on Pinterest.
living montessori now and one hook wonder shared our our joy of making our own acorn felt fairies from making nature playthings. Living Montessori Now also added this nature project to her squirrel and nut activity board on Pinterest.
create play homeschool is sharing our joy in giving handmade with her friends and family by displaying our 'give handmade' button on her website...and by making her own handmade holiday gifts for her family. We love her sharing and giving spirit.
You may copy and paste the code for the button (above) into your sidebar to encourage others to 'give handmade' this giving season too! Thank you for sharing the handmade giving joy.
patch o' dirt farm has shared in the giving handmade joy. She and her woodworking husband share their handmade items for others to purchase and give. And she is sharing our support of giving handmade by displaying the 'give handmade' button on her own website. Thank you for your sharing and handmade giving spirit too!
home school journal graciously chose us as one of her 15 favorite newly discovered blogs and shared a link to us (she bestowed us with a little Versatile Blogger award that is being shared around too). Thank you for thinking of us.
a mom's year linked to our easier-for-little-hands-way of making leaf rubbings. Thank you for finding our twist on this classic project a good one to share.
patch o' dirt farm has so graciously placed our logo and link in her sidebar of her so wonderfully named website.
kosenrufu mama has been sending visitors our way with a link to our website on her full-of-beautiful-photographs website.
busy as a bee in paris shared our website with her own readers. Thank you!
momma blogs alot included our easier-for-little-hands-way of making leaf rubbings in her big (fun) fall to do list. She also placed our wordplayhouse rss feed in her sidebar—thank you!
imagination soup linked to our free kids' printables that show how children's books are illustrated as 'Inspiration From Other Bloggers'. Wordplayhouse™ was also graciously included on her list of inpiring creative and artistic blogs in an article she did with resources for creating and enjoying art as a family. Thank you Imagination Soup!
imagine childhood posted our nature walk we had...in New York City.
whiteleycreek posted "For a beautifully photographed free printable depicting how to collect sap from maple trees and transform it into syrup, along with a delightful blog post that chronicles the process, head over here. After reading the blog's posts, you'll want to slip on a pair of snow boots and find the nearest maple tree to tap." Whiteleycreek's post explained so well what Grade B maple syrup is.
morning sun rae chose our healthy maple syrup recipes to place in her links of "bits of sparkle around the web". She labeled our link "scrumptious maple syrup recipes". Thank you so very much for the compliment and the link.
the eric carle museum of picture book art wrote: "For more information for children on how maple syrup is made, the blog wordplayhouse has some great photos and clear step-by-step instructions. Check out these free printables perfect for using with your own kids or in a classroom. I also found a great recipe here for maple syrup caramelized popcorn that I tried right away – very yummy!"
whiteleycreek.com: rhythm of the everyday—In my daughter Heather's blog post precious paper petals, she speaks of her home being peacefully melodic. "A quiet rustle of my tidying. A faintly perceptible 'snip, snip' of child-size shears cuts construction paper in two rosy hues. Sounds of content occupation."...We began to ponder what has become our unique rhythm... that which is ours alone. From Whiteley Creek's post Rhythm of the Everyday.
Eco Beautiful Weddings magazine: Winter 2011 issue featured a photograph I took of the grey and white striped paper straws I designed for fort & field.
The cupcake toppers I designed for fort & field were featured in a "it's my birfday!" treasury on Etsy (second from left).