*New* Spring Festivals E-Book Giveaway!

We are SO excited to be able to announce the release of our newest publication in our festivals series, the Spring Festivals E-Book by Sara Wilson of Love in the Suburbs and myself.

We worked so very hard on this book in between managing our families, work and busy life schedules and it feels so wonderful to have the final product in hand.  We hope you enjoy it!
(over 160 pages big) packed full of 
Waldorf songs, stories, verses, 
crafting tutorials and much more to 
help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, 
Spring Equinox, Ostara, and Easter 
with your children!
ONLY $24.99 !

Authors:
Eileen Straiton, Little Acorn Learning
Sara Wilson, Love in the Suburbs

To celebrate, we are giving a FREE copy to the winners of the Little Acorn Learning March Photo Contest which ends this Friday, March 8th – be sure to go vote for your favorites.

But Sara and I would like to also offer our blog readers a chance to win the e-book for free!



So here’s how to enter:

Be sure you are a fan of both Love in the Suburbs and Little Acorn Learning on Facebook.

  • Share our Spring Festivals E-Book link on your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter account:   https://littleacornlearning.com/springfestivalsbook.html
  • Come back here and let us know you did so in the comments section of this post- and also tell us which craft in our new e-book you look forward to trying out the most (for a complete index of activities see here).  
A random winner will be chosen Monday, March 11th here on the Little Acorn Learning blog so be sure to check back with us.  


Best of luck to you and Happy SPRING!  

59 thoughts on “*New* Spring Festivals E-Book Giveaway!”

  1. We already liked Little Acorn Learning and now we liked Love in the Suburbs! Too many awesome projects to pick from, but if I had to choose, it would be rainbow science.

  2. We already liked Little Acorn Learning and now we liked Love in the Suburbs! Too many awesome projects to pick from, but if I had to choose, it would be rainbow science.

  3. Did what I was supposed to :). Would love to make so many of the felt projects – especially the easter eggs. Can't wait to try some of these neat ideas with the kiddos. What neat ideas!!

  4. Did what I was supposed to :). Would love to make so many of the felt projects – especially the easter eggs. Can't wait to try some of these neat ideas with the kiddos. What neat ideas!!

  5. stephanie harvey

    Shared and liked both =) We are starting on our second week of the March Guide and i am loving it! Many thank you's for all the hard work and thought put into this material! I am very excited to try the felted chicks for Easter !

  6. stephanie harvey

    Shared and liked both =) We are starting on our second week of the March Guide and i am loving it! Many thank you's for all the hard work and thought put into this material! I am very excited to try the felted chicks for Easter !

  7. Already a fan of both so that part was easy πŸ™‚ Shared the e-book – also easy since it's so delightful! Picking out my favorite craft… now THAT was hard… but my eye keeps getting caught on that felted easter egg and since I haven't learned to felt yet, that's the one! My first grader and I would have a ball (literally?) with it! πŸ™‚

  8. Already a fan of both so that part was easy πŸ™‚ Shared the e-book – also easy since it's so delightful! Picking out my favorite craft… now THAT was hard… but my eye keeps getting caught on that felted easter egg and since I haven't learned to felt yet, that's the one! My first grader and I would have a ball (literally?) with it! πŸ™‚

  9. Wow, I'm just like everyone else, dying to make the watercolor flower wreath. I also love the idea of the five fairies finger play, but honestly I just want to do all this stuff. I've been lurking and ogling for a few weeks now trying to decide what curriculum to get, and I'd love to win this wonderful e-book! Bon chance, everyone!

  10. Wow, I'm just like everyone else, dying to make the watercolor flower wreath. I also love the idea of the five fairies finger play, but honestly I just want to do all this stuff. I've been lurking and ogling for a few weeks now trying to decide what curriculum to get, and I'd love to win this wonderful e-book! Bon chance, everyone!

  11. I shared the link on facebook. I liike both your sites. I'd love to make the spring bird puppets with the young children I know.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Patty S. in VT

  12. I shared the link on facebook. I liike both your sites. I'd love to make the spring bird puppets with the young children I know.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Patty S. in VT

  13. Well, I love both of the blogs, and being a stay at home mom plus homeschooling them your information is always so helpful. I am now a fan of both fb pages, and shared the link. I am looking forward to doing felting projects, because those go over so well with my boys. Thank you both for all the hard work put into everything you share.

  14. Well, I love both of the blogs, and being a stay at home mom plus homeschooling them your information is always so helpful. I am now a fan of both fb pages, and shared the link. I am looking forward to doing felting projects, because those go over so well with my boys. Thank you both for all the hard work put into everything you share.

  15. Well, I love both of the blogs, and being a stay at home mom plus homeschooling them your information is always so helpful. I am now a fan of both fb pages, and shared the link. I am looking forward to doing felting projects, because those go over so well with my boys. Thank you both for all the hard work put into everything you share.

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