Our next post in the Kids Activities series is a continuation of Play Dough! Here are a few more easy ideas to keep the kids interested and enthusiastic for a few more precious moments.
Different Faces: Let your child create different Play dough Faces to express different feelings. try making a “Daddy’s grumpy” face, or a “Grandma’s laughing face” as examples.
HINT: If you make play dough yourself, you could add a new colour each week. You can also add glitter in different colours to make it more interesting.
Bead It: Play dough beads make excellent gifts. Give your child … Read the rest
One way to describe Google+ is as “Google’s answer to Facebook.” One of the main differences is the audience demographic. More than half the users of Google+ are in the over 40 category and over 70% are male, while Facebook users are generally younger and a little over half are female. Google+ only has half the users that Facebook has, but having said that, they still have over 300 Million users and Google+ is growing at a faster rate.
Here is a nice little illustration showing you some interesting stats from http://socialmediatoday.com. http://socialmediatoday.com/marcmeyer/1716736/google-plus-versus-facebook-infographic
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