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Show Your Slow Week 3: Creating & Crafting Together!!!

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This is the start of Week 3 in our Slow Summer Series this year!  This week's theme is Creating & Crafting Together!  

PLUS, enter our Creating & Crafting Together Instagram Photo Contest this week for a chance to win a *FREE* Camp Granny Book by Sharon Lovejoy!

Here's how to participate in our #showyourshow movement and enter our photo contest this week:

1. Follow @littleacornlearning and @notyouraveragemomofficial on Instagram
2. Take a photo on Instagram of you enjoying a SLOW moment this summer using our theme 'Creating & Crafting Together' as inspiration and use hashtags #showyourslow and #creatingandcraftingphotocontest
3. Share with friends on Instagram, Facebook and Your Blog!
5. Check back with us on our Facebook Page and the Little Acorn Learning Blog on Monday, July 4th to see if you WON!

Remember you can show us ALL of your slow moments - these themes and photo contests are just to inspire you!  Be sure to use hashtags #showyourslow #slowsummerseries #littleacornlearning

OH and I almost forgot to announce the winners of our Fun in the Sun Photo Contest... the following Instagram photos were selected and the users will win a FREE copy of the Little Acorn Learning Midsummer Festival E-Book - If your photo has won, please email us at info (at) and we will send you a $25 gift card to purchase the e-book with:



Heather Fontenot
Amanda Koiter
Carrie Dawley

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