A Writer's Playground

Monthly Activities for Kids by Linda Martin Andersen

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10 Responses to “Which Do You Predict? Spring Marches…or March Springs…?”

  1. once again, quite a few days to celebrate!

  2. Carol,
    “The more the merrier!” Enjoy each and every day of this new month. Thanks for visiting and for leaving a comment.

  3. Joan Y. Edwards said

    Dear Linda,
    Wow! You’ve done another wonderful job of packing outstanding and fun adventures than the 31 days in March!

    It’s nice that you tell us what blog posts are coming ahead, so that we can anticipate them.

    It’s wonderful that your Mother is good at construction work and is willing to help those in need in Haiti and other places. Go women in construction.

    Celebrate you!

    Never Give Up
    Joan Y. Edwards

    • Joan,
      Thanks for the compliment about packing the post with info. I’m glad to hear that you like knowing what posts are coming up. Thanks for letting me know.

      I happen to know that you’re pretty handy around the house yourself. Go Joan, and all other women who “fix it” themselves.

      Thank you for being a faithful follower here!

  4. Maureen Wartski said

    I love the ‘words matter’ week! Words can help or hurt, raise or deflate, communicate or devastate. I love words and how they sound, too… Where would we be without words? Great post as always, Linda!!

  5. Maureen,
    Thanks for letting me know which entry “tickled your fancy.” See, I can’t resist wordplay either.

    I appreciate your being a regular at the playground. I look forward to your guest blog coming soon!

  6. Linda, you put so much thought into your posts. 🙂
    I pick tongue twisters. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Can’t remember the rest. I had a brain freeze! 🙂

  7. Tracy,
    Tongue twisters are one of my favorites too. Maybe you got a brain freeze from the aroma of the pickled peppers. Tee hee!

    Come play another day!

  8. Lorene McBryde said

    Linda, I do not care. I just want spring. You know that little rodent Punxsutawney Phil or whatever his name is…didn’t see his shadow so we were supposed to have an early spring. that was 4 WEEKS AGO!

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