Magical Fairy Lights Fort

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Fairy Lights
We are proud to showcase Lessons Learnt Journal and their “fort with fairy lights” this week.  When we transition our fall decorations out of storage, I am grabbing our Christmas lights.

In the book The Sense of Wonder Rachel Carson wrote:

If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder without any such gift from the fairies, he needs the companionship of at least one adult who can share it, rediscovering with him the joy, excitement and mystery of the world we live in.

I believe small details, like helping your child add lights to their fort, are the things that keep childhood magical.

Get the link to the full feature post and our three favorite projects from last week at the end of the group share.

Be sure to check out all the wonderful ideas from this week as you scroll down.

Happy Friday!

PS: Don’t forget to stop by and like the Kids Co-op Facebook page. We share fun ideas all week!
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Fort

Fort with Fairy Lights! Pop on over and check out this great post from Lessons Learnt Journal.

Three additional ideas from last week’s Kids Co-op that you don’t want to miss are:

  1. Raise a Boy :: A Newspaper Fort
  2. mama♥miss :: Edible Octopus
  3. Playdough to Plato :: Getting Your Child Engaged for the School Year

See you next Friday friends.

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  • http://www.picklebums.com katepickle

    My kids are so into building forts (or cubbies as we Aussies call them) at the moment… thanks for sharing this idea!

  • mamamiss

    Thanks for the featuring my Edible Octopus Zina!
    I {love} the fort w/fairy lights & the newspaper fort :)

    xx melissa @ mamamiss