Monday, March 18, 2013

Create and Learn! E-book Giveaway

Just in case you haven't heard my first E-book: Create and Learn!: Super Fun Projects That Build a Kid's Creativity and Brainpower, came out a couple weeks ago.  It is 86 pages of Chocolate Muffin Tree Inspiration with chapters on Painting, Sculpture, Outdoor Activities, Food as Art and more...!  I'm still very excited and want to share this excitement with 5 Lucky Readers!  I'm giving away 5 Free Create and Learn E-books.  All you have to do is leave a comment below this post with your e-mail address for your chance to win a copy! In the comment tell me one creative activity that is top on your list to do with kids. Good Luck!
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If you want to buy a copy of my E-book it is only $7.99 on Amazon.com.  Just click here to bring you to the Amazon page for my book or click below.
***Winners will be chosen by random number generator. Giveaway ends March 25th at Midnight EST.

51 comments:

  1. This year our Easter Presents will be a little bag of chocolates in the shape of Easter bunny home made ​​with my son Andrew, eight years old.

    ;)

    everloving@libero.it

    Bye from Italy!

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  2. Congratulations on your E-book! I can't wait to try your idea of the tissue paper lanterns using water balloons, yarn, and tissue paper. My email address is tripsue@aol.com Sue Walsh, mom of triplets

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  3. Sounds like an e-book packed with ideas. Our daughter and I do a lot of cooking and baking togethe. elsiescot (at) btinternet (dot) com Thanks for the giveaway

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  4. I think my family will love this idea brilliant better than kids playing games on there computer they can learn something with this great fun

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  5. I teach preschool and am always looking for new and creative ways to engage the children while having fun. We'd love a copy!!

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  6. I work with young children and love your ideas for the classroom. We enjoy doing doing painting by blowing through a straw.
    email is
    watersfromheaven@gmail.com

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  7. best of luck with this endeavor. you have already inspired me here at your blog.
    skeime / gmail

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  8. Excellent. The more ideas we can all share the better we can learn, teach and play. kateeegan@yahoo.com.au

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  9. What an awesome book idea! Thanks for sharing all your fun, creative ideas with the world! I look forward to reading it! Bergie815@gmail. Com

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  10. What an awesome book idea! Thanks for sharing all your fun, creative ideas with the world! I look forward to reading it! Bergie815@gmail. Com

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  11. Love having so many ideas accessible in one place! On the top of our list to do right now is make some sort of magic potion, my daughter has been talking about this for a few days now. We look forward to working some alchemy from basic kitchen ingredients and outdoor finds.
    Margo at margo (dot) bulpitt (at) gmail (dot) com

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  12. That's awesome! Congrats! My top things to do: My Easter story sensory box and Play. Doh. beth.j.malone (at) gmail (Hope I win!)

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  13. I'd love to add this book to my other treasures and will happily read it to kidlets. And I've even read stories outloud on my radio show Learn and Play with Mrs A. Chocolate always tastes better when it's shared. My email is: teacher@123kindergarten.com

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  14. Your book looks awesome!
    I have just started a playgroup so I am always looking for great ideas. I am trying to do a different play dough recipe and sensory box each week.
    I'm looking forward to this weeks theme - Teddy Bear Picnic - Porridge Play dough and oatmeal sensory box with props for Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
    Can't wait!
    lizmwylie@yahoo.com.au

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  15. Jillian from AustraliuaMarch 18, 2013 at 9:58 PM

    Thank you for writing such a great book!
    The best creative activites I do with my 18 mth old son are treasure baskets, sensory bins and water play. I am also the co-ordinator of our new local playgroup so I hope to be able to use some of the fanastic ideas from your book with them!
    Jilllian at nwplaygroup@gmail.com

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  16. What a great resource! I am always looking for Reggio inspired projects for my son and wow!you are so in tune with the little people:-) Your projects are creative, outside the box, and fun! No cookie cutter projects here!

    Savannah
    Savannah.ann.stewart@gmail.com

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  17. I would LOVE to win this ebook! It sounds right up our alley! :) I love your blog and get some really great ideas for my son and his friends!

    Suzette
    suzetteroberts1@gmail.com

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  18. Today my daughter and I made sidewalk paint. We crushed sidewalk chalk, added water, and painted the entire carport! We're always looking for more creative activities to do together. :) saralynnhopkins@yahoo.com

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  19. We've got shaving cream rainbows coming up, but we're going to try them on a giant surface this year as opposed to our 8x8 trays last year - can't wait!!! SeedlingsNursery@live.com

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  20. In our daycare yard we are growing a house by training the lylac shoots around a bamboo frame
    Jillr@mts.net

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  21. Hello there :) One my favourite things to enjoy with children is creative dramatic play. I love watching their little imaginations run wild and see the wonder in their eyes. It's also a lot of fun for me, to be reminded of the joy's of childhood and that the 'little things' in life are best! All the best with the book, sounds terrific!

    Kirstin

    kirky76@adam.com.au

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  22. Hello oh how lovely! We're busy playing with our coloured rice at the moment. Lots oc fun to make - and lots more fun to play with! my address is hello @makiedo.com

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  23. I want to make paint with my kindy kids! Teachers ink posted the recipe on facebook the other day and we can't wait! My email is iceymocha24@gmail.com

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  24. fantastic! We canot have enough wonderful ideas to give them the best learnng experience. I love it already....

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  25. Thank you for this opportunity, and best of luck for your e-book! In our home we really like playdough (in Italy it's called "didò'')
    Barbara

    bughetta72@libero.it

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  26. Love exploring water play with guttering and other objects, and making dens using natural resources in the nursery garden. susanmcnamara06@aol.com

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  27. И мы тоже хотим поучавствовать в розыгрыше книги Ольга alabpass@mail.ru

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  28. Thank you for this opportunity, the book sounds like lots of fun and creativity and would be very welcomed at home, especially in the days when my daughter stays at home ill and is not at day-care. dimana_k@mail.bg

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  29. Congrats on new book. There are number of activities on our list. One is to create a yearbook with stickers, cutouts, etc and create a wall with their writing and hamstrings and scribbles. Thanks. Email: ssanjeda@gmail.com

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  30. Congrats on new book. There are number of activities on our list. One is to create a yearbook with stickers, cutouts, etc and create a wall with their writing and hamstrings and scribbles. Thanks. Email: ssanjeda@gmail.com

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  31. Congrats on new book. There are number of activities on our list. One is to create a yearbook with stickers, cutouts, etc and create a wall with their writing and hamstrings and scribbles. Thanks. Email: ssanjeda@gmail.com

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  32. WE love to make our own cards for friend's birthdays!! It is lots of fun and so much more personal....Thanks for the chance to win!! natureyoga@comcast.net

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  33. this book sounds wonderful, gently inspiring, and fun! Id love a copy to share with my little toddlers. One of many creative activities involves melting down little bits of wax crayon, in different shaped chocolate molds, to end up with cool new multi-coloured crayons! wahhoooo! :)
    stephanie.desousa@gmail.com . Thanks a mill!

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  34. That sounds awesome! I had forgotten to tell you a while ago that we put a link to your website a few weeks back after doing the dancing sweethearts for Valentine's. Thanks for the idea!!


    Gianne at cowsgomooandducksgoquck.blogspot.com

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  35. You have inspired me and I enjoy reading your blog! I'm an art educator that works with preschoolers and elementary students. This summer I'm looking forward to lots of fun outdoors art activities and your e-book will be a great resource!

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  36. As a pre-school owner and teacher.....I look forward to reading your blog and being reminded of the simple ways to engage children. We always love doing anything with shaving cream....especially on Friday....gets the table very clean afterwards! Looking forward to trying to paint with spaghetti noodles...as I have never tried that before. Looking forward to getting your new e-book. Congratulations and thank for the wonderful ideas.

    Trisha pt25kids@gmail.com

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  37. We love all your ideas..especially bubble painting, styrophoam stamping and spagetty painting. laurengans@gmail.com

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  38. We like to bake cookies and have the decorate them as if they were
    "paintings"

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  39. Love your ideas! I teach camps all summer and love doing different kinds of art work.

    Pauline
    fiberlooney@yahoo.com

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  40. I SO would love this!! It's exactly what I've been looking for! Keeping my fingers crossed that I win it! Gardening projects with my little ones are favorites to do, especially growing seedlings from seeds in ziploc baggies taped to windows or in clear plastic cups with paper towels.

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  41. I do love this! I actually work in as a teacher in a kindergarden in Norway, Europe!! ANd I often go throug your website for new ideas. This book would be so inspiring. My top activity with the kids is shaving foam painting!

    If I shoud be so lucky ass to win the book, you can email me at heen.ann@gmail.com

    Thanks for sharing so many good idaes with the world!!

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  42. This sounds like an awesome book. I would love to win a copy so I can provide even more creative activities for my class of three year olds. I love to provide natural materials for the children to make 'fairy' houses.

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  43. I like your blog. I found here many great ideas for creating with children. Majka (Slovakia)

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  44. I just stumbled upon your blog. On my, I am in LOVE! I would love this book. I am currently coming up with Easter egg experiments for this next week. We are going to make egg geodes!!
    My email address is: ashleybushong@yahoo.com

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  45. Hopefully this book can help me keep up with the super creativity and curiosity of my 4 year old and his friends - always looking for great new ideas!

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  46. Thank you so much for sharing all your craft adventures with us! We love all yours stuff and HAD to enter for a chance your free E-Book :) Email: TheLittleMinnows@gmail.com

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  47. I have two girls, 6 and 3, and one boy, newly born. What we have found that works for us creatively is to have the older girls read to the baby brother. The 6 year old it reads what the book actually says, the 3 year old transcribes the pictures into her own words, and the newborn just sucks up all the language and attention. It is amazing how much power words have throughout all the age spans of children. anna.mcenulty@gmail.com

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  48. I love reading your blog and look forward to your book. My e-mail tanchinashoba1@yahoo.com.

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  49. This is my first time to your blog, and I'm so happy to have found you!!! Encouraging creativity in my girlys lives is so important to me. Your ebook would be a lovely resource. Thanks for the chance to win it!
    Kelly
    kjo@kellytroyer.com

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