Monday, June 16, 2014

U.S. Lighthouses and Simple Kid Craft

This post is part of the Multicultural Kid Blogs World Cup Series for Kids. For each day that the United States soccer team plays during the FIFA World Cup I will be sharing with you an interesting fact and craft about the U.S. 

Today's post is about U.S. Lighthouses, and a simple lighthouse craft activity for children.  During a recent visit to Florida we had the opportunity to visit the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse in Florida.   

It was our first time visiting a lighthouse. We actually climbed the 203 steps to the top of the lighthouse! It was a beautiful experience, we were tired, but the view from atop was priceless.  
On our return, and back home little one and I made a simple lighthouse activity. So easy even a toddler can make it! :)


Hope you've enjoyed this post, and I can't wait to share more kid-friendly post representing the U.S.A. Looking for more ideas during the World Cup please check the Multicultural Kids Blog World Cup for Kids Pinterest page

You can also read more about other nine incredible lighthouses in the U.S. here
Since this post is also for the Multicultural Kids Blog World Cup Series here are some Instagram pictures of the Ghana vs. U.S.A game today! U.S.A won today's game! Gooooooooooooooooooal!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Linking up to the After School Linky Party Week 25 hosted by The Educators' Spin On.

3 comments :

  1. My toddler would love to make it, thank you! Yaaayyy, USA!!!!!

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  2. Great craft! I love the idea of exploring US lighthouses. And wasn't that a great game??

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  3. Great craft! We have lighthouses galore here, we kind of take them for granted :)

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