Pinterest Friday Numero Trienta

Pinterest Friday Numero Trienta

OK, are y’all getting tired of the Spanish numbers?  I didn’t really think it through the first time I used it and now I find myself Googling for the next number every time I write one of my Pinterest Friday posts.  I wish I had paid more attention in high school.  Then I might not be having this problem….along with quite a few other gaps in my education.  Like multiplication tables.  And grammar.

With that in mind, I’ll share some of my favorite pins from my “Homeschool” board.

I am dying to try making this stuff for the boys from Skip to My Lou.  When hit it acts like a solid; when touched slowly it acts like a liquid.  COOL!

And this from hands on: as we grow showing a bunch of experiments for seeing what will dissolve in water.

And of course, water makes me think of, what else, watermelon.  And this post from Fifteen Spatulas on how to pick the perfect watermelon and then how to slice it has rocked my world.

As long as we’re discussing tips, this tip from embroitique on how to get that dreadful gunk out of the refrigerator water tray is awesome.  I can’t wait to try it.

Last, but not least is this great post full of ideas from my friend Becky at Organizing Made Fun.  I could have used this in high school!

Don’t forget next Saturday I’m co-hosting a party where we can all link up our social media accounts…Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!  I’m always wondering how to find good people to follow, so this will be a great way to do that!

Come back and join me on the 29th for a great party!  Fortunately for you, I DID learn how to do that in high school.


Be sure to follow me on Pinterest for more great ideas!


  1. I like the Spanish numbers 🙂 Here’s the next ten for you: treintaiuno, trentaidos, trentaitres, trentaicuatro, trentaicinco, trentaiseis, trentaisiete, trentaiocho, trentainueve, cuarenta. Or, in a more traditional spelling: treinta y uno, treinta y dos, treinta y tres, treinta y cuatro…