Soup Scoop – Best Links of the Week

As I plan for the year on Imagination Soup, want to introduce a new feature where I share some of the fantastic things I’ve been reading during the week. Here are some of my favorites, . . . will you let me know what you think about this idea?

2011 Lesson #2: Don’t Carpe Diem, Momastery
don’t miss this post, it will strike you though the heart and leave you changed. Carpe Kairos moments, indeed!

English Pronunciation, The Poke
try to read this out loud, it’s quite tricky!

Twelve Things You Were Not Taught In School About Creative Thinking, Psychology Today
Next week, I’m writing about thinking and creativity so this is a perfect intro; especially the part about not one right answer . . .

The Ten Middle Grade Novels I’m Looking Forward to in 2012, Fuse #8 Production
don’t these look good?

Top 100 Tutorials of 2011, The Long Thread
if you’re a DIY crafty person, you’ll be in heaven with this list!

Sweet Tater Black Bean Burgers, The Edible Perspective
this looks so delicious and nutritious, I can’t wait to try it!

Best Play Ideas for Kids, Creative With Kids
my play blogger friends did a huge blog hop when I was off-line. It is awesome!

The Obliteration Room (Bazillion Stickers + Kids,) This is Colossal

Did you know that January is Soup month! Lucky Imagination Soup. So, will you help me? Will you tell your friends about Imagination Soup right now?

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  • CraftyMummy

    Thank You! I was thinking of taking the kids to GOMA next week and you’ve just made me sure. Can’t wait to check out that sticker room.

    • Melissa Taylor

      I bet it will be amazing – can’t wait to hear. (slightly jealous, too!)

  • Suzanne

    What a fun new look. This makes me think of Maurice Sendack’s song about the months of the year “Chicken Soup.” Fun things to do with soup all year.

  • Erin @ Small Types

    Love the idea and the name! I’ve been slacking on my once a month link round up. Maybe weekly would be better. Great links!

    • Melissa Taylor

      thanks, Erin – and for the email about the broken link.

  • Ocjenandjay

    Love the new things you have been reading.thanks for sharing . Especially the 100 tutorials.

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  • Michelle Anthony

    Wowza to you! Thanks so much for all you do and all you give! Your blog is such a fantastic resource to so many! :)

  • Ryan

    Thanks for all the great links!