Tuesday Tots Link PartyIt’s Tuesday again and that means Tuesday Tots time. This week I’m featuring some play dough fun from last week.

Some great exploration from Learn with play @ Home and their play dough this week.

Space Dough and Spaghetti from making boys menWe love glitter and play dough so this wonderful post from Making boys men is just right for us.

Playdough Recipes from FamilyliciousWith some original and inventive play dough recipes this post from Familylicious is brilliant.

Mint playdough from Tha Fairy and the FrogAfter spending yesterday cutting up mint and freezing it I wish I had saved some for this fun play dough play from The Fairy and The Frog.

If you have been featured please grab the badge from our sidebar and add to your blog or post to show that you have been featured.

Now for this week linky as normal is for any post about under 5?s – whether it’s a craft, activity, play idea, recipe, proud moment or advice you’re welcome to link up. Growing a Jeweled Rose are co-hosting and we would love for you to link up 1 or many posts this week.

Here are a few guidelines

Please don’t link giveaways.
Once you have linked up,  we ask that you visit a couple of the other posts that have linked up and leave a comment –  we all love reading comments.
I also ask that you grab the Tuesday Tots badge from the side bar, and either add it to your blog or include it in your post through a text link back to Rainy Day Mum (or Growing a Jeweled Rose if you are linking from there).
If you are featured please grab the “Featured at” badge from the side bar.
Also, just a reminder.  Linking up gives Growing A Jeweled Rose and Rainy Day Mum permission to feature and share your post  via several social medias, including Pinterest.  If being featured, we may also grab a photo from your blog for use in the post but of course will link back to your site.
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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

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