Check out www.amazon.com; most days there is at least one of the Grandma Bubbles Books offered free in e-book format. Thanks for helping spread the work about this fun series of books for beginning readers, ages 3 to 6.
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We’re delighted to offer several FREE Grandma Bubbles Books each day through the holiday! Go to www.amazon.com and search for “Grandma Bubbles Books.” Check every day–the free ebooks change throughout the week! Some are complimentary gifts for the first time! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Grandma Bubbles!
We’re delighted to bring you another free promotional offer today only. “Wink” is a delightful addition to your Grandma Bubbles Books for New Readers library. Jen and Pam’s imagination is riding high with their unicorn Wink. Beginning readers, ages 3 to 6, will love their fun, playful book.
Print this page for some coloring fun!
It’s a snowy day in Utah. Some of the grandkids were over for a sleepover and we made snow ice cream. Yummy. There are many varieties but this is one variety where you don’t actually eat the snow. If you don’t have snow available, use crushed ice.
- Fill a gallon freezer bag halfway full with snow (crushed ice).
- Add about 6 tablespoons of salt to the snow. We didn’t have rock salt so we just used regular table salt.
- In a quart ziploc bag, mix:1/2 cup half and half
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Zip up the quart bag, squeeze out excess air, and put inside the gallon bag.
- Zip up the gallon bag, after again removing any excess air.
- Squish the bags with your hands until the ice cream is frozen. It’s cold so you may want to wear gloves or else put a dry kitchen towel between your hands and the snow/salt bag.
- Remove the smaller bag and enjoy your frozen treat!
Here’s a fun link. You draw a stick figure right on the computer–and it becomes animated! Don’t ask me how it’s done so quickly.
Like I’ve said before, I love paper dolls. Here are a couple of more fun paper doll websites.
Mary Engelbreit paper doll (cute as a button):
Berenstain Bears family paper dolls:
Send me your favorite paper doll links and I’ll pass them on.
I’ve enjoyed making paper dolls ever since I was a little girl. My sisters and I would create entire paper doll families with matching clothes!
There are several great paper doll websites. Here’s my favorite: