Happy New Year! To start off the year, I thought it would be fun to look back at some of our most popular posts last year on my blog, as well as share the best of some other fabulous bloggers later in this post.
Here’s our top 10 most popular posts last year, in reverse order:
#10-Sometimes kids can learn with the simplest of toys, and this year it was beach ball geography.
#9– We went camping for the first time last year…here are 7 things that we learned along the way.
#8– If your kids like to march to the beat of their own drum, turn it into a jig or a reel with a home made Irish Bodrhan Drum.
#7– Is anyone already looking forward to spring? Print out our Signs Of Spring scavenger hunt and have fun!
#6– This Christmas Tree Decoration and Card is both pretty and practical. Stock up on the supplies now while they’re on sale.
#5– Print out a copy of our St.Patrick’s Day literacy pack to be prepared ahead of time this year! Cross words, Word Search, colouring, and more.
#4- 50 Ways To Prepare Your Child For Kindergarten For Free also remains a very popular post among our readers.
#3- Our Spider Math File Folder Game was also a big hit! Practice math the fun way for preschoolers to Grade 1.
#2 – Our Ultimate Collection of Spider Crafts with ideas gathered from around the Kid Blogger Network was super-popular last autumn, and the ideas don’t just have to be for Halloween – spiders can be found any time of the year!
#1 – By far our most popular post last year was Birdwatching From The Kitchen Window! To celebrate its success, I’ve created a brand new printable to go along with it, so be sure to click over to get access to it. This post was actually one of our first posts on the blog, and I’m happy to say that my children are still watching out of our windows to see which birds they can spot. Due to the popularity of this post, I have more ideas in my head for new posts this year, so sign up to keep abreast of our adventures.
I’m so happy to share with you more top 2015 posts from members of the KBN, divided into categories below: