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All activities here are activities I feel are safe for my own children. As your child's parents/guardians, you will need to decide what you feel is safe for your family. I always encourage contacting your child's pediatrician for guidance if you are not sure about the safety/age appropriateness of an activity. All activities on this blog are intended to be performed with adult supervision. Appropriate and reasonable caution should be used when activities call for the use of materials that could potentially be harmful, such as scissors, or items that could present a choking risk (small items), or a drowning risk (water activities), and with introducing a new food/ingredient to a child (allergies). Observe caution and safety at all times. The author and blog disclaim liability for any damage, mishap, or injury that may occur from engaging in any of these activities on this blog.
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Asia, Love your blog and just subscribed. Would it be OK for me to use one of your activities in my monthly newsletter? I would reference your blog as the originator.ReplyDelete
Hi Kathy! Thank you and thank you for asking!!! I appreciate the idea, and would be fine with one photo and a teaser - but would prefer that the post stay on my site, as having content stay on my site is the only way for me to be potentially compensated for my work. I hope you understand! And thank you again for checking!Delete
Hello, I saw some stuff on your blog I would like to try! I love the gooey sticky stuff and I want to feel some stuff for myself, and maybe have some of the kids I babysit play too.ReplyDelete
Can I just put your blog underneath my photos as a caption linking them directly to the recipe?
Hi there! As long as you are not using my photos - go for it! Or you could use one of my photos and link (without giving the recipe or directions on your site). Hope that makes sense and I hope you have fun! :)Delete
Hi there! I love your post about the candy cane ornaments. I will be using your one image of the ornaments as well as linking to your site (so readers can get the recipe from your site). However, I wanted to be sure that the image can be used not only in the blog post, but also in the free ebook that will be created as part of a Christmas series. Please let me know. Thanks!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for checking, Kaycee! As far as linking from your blog, it's fine to use one image from me as long as you leave the directions/recipe for the ornaments on my blog. I don't allow the use of my photos in ebooks (or print, etc). Sorry! And thanks for checking! :)Delete
Hi Asia! This is Jamaica from BookPeople of Moscow (in Moscow, Idaho), where we have some great fans of your book. We'd love to get you over here for an event in the next few months.ReplyDelete
Hi Jamaica! What a nice message! :) :) :) If you email me at email@example.com maybe we can set something up. :)ReplyDelete
May I show the "beach sensory bin with edible sand" image (only one) followed by link to your page? I am writing article on activities at home for sensory development. Your website and images are beautiful.
Thanks for sharing :-)
Hi Sonia! So long as you don't give the ingredient/recipe/directions for making the sand, that is fine! Thank you for asking. :)Delete
This is such a great site, full of fun resources that can involve the entire family! Would love to link your site on a Facebook page I manage for a foster care charity in Singapore, would that be all right with you? Anyone clicking on the link will be routed directly here! So excited to see what other amazing things you come up with next! You're truly a MacGyver Mommy!
That would be lovely! Thank you! And thank you for the wonderful work that you do. <3Delete
That's perfect, thanks! Link is going up right now :) https://www.facebook.com/sanctuaryhouse.sgpDelete
Thank you so much!!!Delete
Hello, I'm Lisa and I'm French, I'd like do some of your amazing things with my kids, I have a little blog ( now is in standby because I'm change Hosting) and I'd like post the pictures with my children and your experiments: I'd like to know if after I insert your reference (link at your blog and post) I may traslate the recipes in my languages for who can't read in English and write substitute products for that I can't find in France.ReplyDelete
Hi Lisa! As long as you use your own words and your own photos, yes, that's fine! I appreciate you linking back to my blog and post. Thank you so much for asking. :)Delete
I am an experienced (30 yrs +) special needs teacher and I am doing some training early September, free, to a school that has a large intake of early years children with PMLD. I can obviously share the link to your page, and will do so but it will have more impact if I share 1 photo to encourage them to look you up, is this ok?
Yes that would be great! Thank you so much, Barbara! :)Delete
I am a new infant/toddler teacher and was researching some safe, edible paints that also last in artwork, and also information for sensory boards. May I use your paint recipe to email my class parents as a potential project idea? I would love to link your website in the email.
Hi there - this is probably fine, but if you could email me so I understand what part of the post you want to use, etc, that would be awesome! I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org -- thank you so much for asking!Delete
Would it be okay if I included one of your Easter Eggs posts in a round-up on my site? As per your guidelines, I will only be using one photo and linking back to your site. No instructions or anything else will be given. Is this still okay?
Yep that sounds perfect! Thanks for checking Alaina!Delete
We are a Nursery business that includes a "Fun activities" section in out newsletters each month. We don't take credit for the ideas and all we include is a photo, a little description and a created by name with a link back to the original article.
We were wondering if you would give us permission to use one of your activities every now and again as we love the ideas you have and would like to share them with our newsletter subscribers.
Hi Nursery Resources -- thanks for asking. You may use ONE photo, but you must note that it is copyright Asia Citro. You can add a brief description, but you may not include full recipes or directions. Those must remain on my site so that your readers are encouraged to click through to my site and I receive credit and views for my work. Thanks, AsiaReplyDelete
Hi Asia, If we include your work in our newsletter we will do what you have asked. Thank you!Delete
Hi Asia, I work in a public library and I really like your portable Lego idea. It says on the page I can use the printouts for my personal use, but I am hoping it would be ok to use them for a free program at my library as an activity for the kids. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Hi there -- thanks for checking. Yes that's fine with me. If your library system has any of my six books, it would be super cool if you would put them out or mention them! Thank you!!Delete
I also work at a public library and was hoping to use your daffodil project craft image, without the charming child, in our newsletter and advertising. I will also make sure to have some of your titles in our collection!
Lesley U Laconia P.L. NH
Can you email me the link to the image you'd like to use? I just want to make sure it's mine to give! Thank you -- email@example.comDelete