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Supersisters Weekend Roundup

Posted by Jen on March 7, 2009 at 9:00 AM in Jen
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Are your kids growing weary of their tried and true online games? This new photo mashup tool on PBS Parents makes Madeleine a sage and the li'l PBS girl her muse (see above). Lots of lovely ways to be creative with your pictures here.

Wondering if you could ever dare do art with your kids when you are feeling so no creative yourself? Here is a gentle photo essay to demystify the process. All you need is a blank piece of paper and a box of paints.

Here's a kind reminder to soak in whatever the day brings--whether the little one in your house is eleven days, eleven months or eleven years. Lovely reflections for such a sweet sunny Saturday.

Since we are incredibly new to TV at our house--we've only had a television with actual channels you could watch since last spring--my kids (and I) are still trying to sort out all this business about what it means to get ready for DTV. Here's a nice educational DTV video that makes sense out of the changes ahead.


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Dani writes...

Thanks for tool. It just helped me cheer up my 3 year old niece who is currently recovering from new baby syndrome, lol. Now she's running around telling everyone to check out her picture with Elmo.

This blog saved my afternoon!

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