Beach – Monthly Unplugged Project

By , July 7, 2010 6:49 pm

We are having a busy summer of travel, playing outside with friends, refurbishing and cleaning my precious old doll house (that is finally out of my Dad’s New York attic and home with us in Arizona!), sprinklers, popsicles, etc.  How about you?

I have been blogging even less than usual and have even thought about taking a little official summer break of my own, but I guess I’ll just keep up minimally, as best I can when activities allow.  So, I am late again with this month’s Unplugged Project theme, but here it is:


This seems appropriate for those of us enjoying summer here in the northern hemisphere, as well as for residents of the southern hemisphere who might appreciate a little virtual escape from winter’s chill right about now (am I correct?).

You can blog (or leave a comment) about anything remotely related to the theme beach.  Perhaps something as simple as a trip to the beach, or perhaps a project you made with sand (like the permanent sand castles we made long ago for the Unplugged Project theme hard, or sand pictures that we made for the theme sand, or your own inspiration), or something sun or water-related?  Pretty much anything goes.

If you are unfamiliar with how the Monthly Unplugged Project works, then please read more here and consider joining in, even if only via a comment.  Just unplug, have fun, and tell us what you did!

(You’ll have to plug back in again for that last bit, but you can be quick, right?)

3 Responses to “Beach – Monthly Unplugged Project”

  1. […] I didn’t know what exactly we would do for it when I learned that the theme for this month’s Unplugged Project at Unplug Your Kids is beach, but I knew it had the potential to be something fun, and I knew right […]

  2. Christy says:

    Hi! We made beach-themed cupcakes for this month’s project. Thanks for the inspiration! Love your blog. ~Christy

  3. […] days, I am a day or two late in posting our project for July’s Unplugged Project theme of beach.  Oh […]

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