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I am so excited to share this Talking is Teaching Tulsa monthly event with you! Talking is Teaching is a great way to bond with your child. Families with children ages birth to five come together and we talk, read, sing, eat and learn. Each month we will read a different book and your child will get to take that month’s book home with them. After we read and sing, lunch is provided to both parents and children.

Last month we read Llama Llama Red Pajama, then the “real” llama came out for a fun meet and greet and photo opportunity. It is great to start reading to your babies early to build their brains. Please join us TODAY, November 20, 2015 at 10:00am at Contact Mission as we read Pout Pout Fish. This book is definitely one of our new favorites.

Moms of Tulsa Talking is Teaching Tulsa Event

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Last month I took my daughter to the free kids workshop at Home Depot. The free kids workshops are held on the first Saturday of every month, from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. At the particular workshop we attended, we built a car, painted the car, and my daughter received an achievement pen. My little one loved it and I have to say, I really enjoyed it as well. The workshops are geared towards 5 – 12-year-olds; however, my four year old did just fine! At each workshop, in addition to the newly constructed project kit, every child receives a kid-sized orange apron and an achievement pin. It was so fun to see all the kids with multiple achievement pins on their aprons. My daughter is already asking to do another one, so I will definitely make these workshops part of our monthly activities. You can check out the full schedule here.

Moms of Tulsa - Free Kids Workshops

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My kids are busy! They move from one activity to the next before I can blink, therefore, it is so hard for me to keep up with them. I decided to clear out a small area in the corner of my living room and create an activity center for them. I added a table with chairs and a small rolling cart. I used a nook sized table and chairs, but if your kiddo’s are small, you could use a miniature sized table and chairs. My rolling cart is from IKEA, but they have similar carts at Target, you can check those out, here. I placed this summer activity center in my living room because they do not like to be in a room where I am not, annoying, but true. I try to take it as a compliment! This fun, summer activity center takes 15 minutes to set up and saves you hours of time digging out supplies and toys for your kiddos throughout the day.

Moms of Tulsa Summer Activity Center

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Spring is here and that means we are dusting off all of favorite outdoor activities! My little one loves bubbles and they are even more fun when they are gigantic. The perfect weather for this activity is little-to-no wind, overcast, and warm. We keep this recipe in a bubble container so we can use these all the time. This inexpensive recipe for gigantic bubbles is super easy to follow and both kids and adults agree the results are amazing!Mom

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