Let kids be kids linky 26/8/14
Welcome to let kids be kids linky. I hope you’ve all been having lots of fun. We have had a busy week catching up with things after our wonderful holiday. I had a lovely birthday on wednesday and BB made me a birthday cake for the first time. We have been staying at my parents bank holiday weekend, so the children have had a great time in their fantastic garden and hubby and I got to have a night out which is always good.
This is a linky all about letting kids be kids, getting back to basics and having great childhood fun. We live in such a fast paced modern world with so much technology and stresses round every corner, we often need to be reminded to just ‘play’ and have fun, it’s healthy for us all (yes, that includes you parents!).
Please join me in spreading the word, for encouraging children to step away from the technology for a while and go out, run around, use their imaginations and just have general basic FUN!
Last week there was a lovely post from Redpeffer about their first time crab fishing, while disillusioned dad shared a very interesting post “why am I so scared?” and Elizabeth’s kitchen diary told us about their amazing camping trip.
There’s not many rules, just link up your posts (screen free), old or new, about genuine childhood fun (of any age). It may be fun outdoors, jumping in puddles, nature hunts, riding bikes or making mud pies. Or it may be fun indoors with arts and crafts, making dens, cooking, messy play or reading. Or how about visiting a farm or fun at a fete. Or a discussion about children growing up too fast, etc.
Whatever basic fun you have been having or discussing, link up and share your ideas, visit others to get inspiration and comment on as many as you can to give each other encouragement and support, but most importantly, HAVE FUN!
This linky will open every Tuesday for 6 days, so there’s plenty of time to add your posts.
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