Congratulations to Sally over at Adventures in Living and Learning— which, incidentally, is an absolutely lovely blog, you should check it out!– whose favorite winter activity is playing outside together and then coming in for some fresh hot chocolate. Sally, I’m looking through your profile and blog trying to dig up your email addy, but am having trouble finding it. If you could leave it here or email me at frontzfamily at gmail dot com, I can get the Winter Seasons of Joy ebook to you as soon as possible!

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Winter nature table: felt mitten made by my kindergartener with small animals, and beeswax icicles on the bear cave,
all ideas from Seasons of Joy Winter

We had so much fun with the last giveaway, we decided to do it again!

Winter Seasons of Joy is a Waldorf-inspired activity guide featuring ten weeks of circle times, fairy tales and story extensions, handwork projects, nature tables, watercolor stories, coloring and modeling activities, playtime ideas, outings and group activities, ideas for you and your baby, and much more. Aimed at families in the early childhood years, I can honestly say that my older children still enjoy many of the activities.

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In Thanksgiving for finishing up the book in time for Advent (and it was dicey there for a while, let me tell you!) I’m going to give away a copy of my newest ebook, Advent: Lighting a Path to Christmas, which I posted about here. You can also read an except here.

Want to enter? Just leave a comment letting me know your favorite Advent tradition. Don’t have one? That’s OK! Just let me know what your goals, hopes, or wishes are for Advent. If your contact information isn’t included as part of your profile, please leave your email address so I have a way to contact you.