Kitchen – Weekly Unplugged Project

By , November 9, 2008 9:46 pm

Anyone who read my last post will know that I have been sorting and cleaning like a crazy person this week.  Today I tackled the dreaded playroom.  The kids played at a friend’s house.

What does the playroom and a friend’s house have to so with this week’s Unplugged Project theme of kitchen you ask?  Well, not a whole lot.

We didn’t get to it on time.  Again.

Tomorrow is a half day at school because of parent-teacher conferences, so I am pretty optimistic that I can tear myself away from the playroom for long enough to do a kitchen project.  Hopefully I’ll post ours tomorrow night.

EDITED TO ADD:  Here’s our kitchen project – Oobleck!

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If you have done a kitchen project this week, then please post a link to your project (rather than just your blog) below in Mr. Linky.  If you have not, but wish to know more about joining in future Unplugged Projects, then please read more about it all here.

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At the moment, I am “themeless” – is that a word?  So unless we want to do a theme of sort, junk, trash, or donate … then I’d better announce next week’s Unplugged Project theme when I post our project tomorrow night!

EDITED TO ADD: For our kitchen project and the final choice of next week’s theme, please visit my kitchen post here!

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10 Responses to “Kitchen – Weekly Unplugged Project”

  1. Karen B says:

    Actually, I think sort, junk, trash, or donate would be a lovely theme for our household, and recycling could be thrown in there, too. Here in the US, it will be a tough winter as well as holiday season for many, the thrift stores I’ve been to lately have been pretty picked over, and our household has many things we no longer use that could be enjoyed by others. If it were the theme of the week it might give me a little push I need. :)

  2. shawna says:

    Ahh, I could go for some good organization right now! My brain is so unorganized that all my kitchen projects ended up a bit… unusual this week.

    shawnas last blog post..Unplugged #8: Kitchen

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  4. KateinNJ says:

    Princess and I are in..this one was easier for us, we’re always in the kitchen.lol

    KateinNJs last blog post..Unplugged Group Project

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  6. Alicia says:

    I’m another vote for making that junk/sort/trash one a theme! Do you think it would work on my husband? Not to junk him of course, just nudge him into donating more of his stuff. :) Thanks for another fun theme!

    Alicias last blog post..Kitchen: The Learning Tower

  7. Karen B says:

    If you go with this for a theme, maybe some families would enjoy Operation Christmas Child? Packing a shoebox full of toys for a child in another country. I hope you don’t mind if I post a link regarding it: http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/OCC/Pack_A_Shoe_Box/

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