We couldn't have made the change to a dot com without the help of all the bloggers and pinners that have spread the word about Little Bunny. A great big thank you to all of them!
Miss Lucy writes about teaching English as a second language on her blog Miss Lucy’s Teaching Fun. She linked to Little Bunny in her Time to Read feature http://misslucysteachingfun.blogspot.com.es/2015/02/time-to-read-synthetic-phonics-first.html?m=1
Ginny’s preschoolers “LOVE” Little Bunny seek and finds.http://www.gsheller.com/2015/01/this-is-what-i-have-been-doing-2.html Follow her blog Small Things here: http://www.gsheller.com/
Little Bunny is featured on this UK website featuring coloring pages: http://printablecolouringpages.co.uk/?s=concept+of+opposites
Sister Zakkiya is the editor of the Muslim Kids Digest and Muslim Mommy websites. She is homeschooling her 6 children and she started Muslim Kids Digest when she couldn’t find a website specifically designed for Muslim children.
She featured the Little Bunny 3 in 1 printables here: http://www.muslimkidsdigest.com/learn-your-123s-with-little-bunny/
I have no idea what language this blog is written in but the pictures are beyond adorable!!!
A nice recommendation from My Active Child for Don’t Go as a bedtime read: http://www.myactivechild.com/blog/bedtime-story-suggestion-dont-go-little-bunny-series/.
Sandra ia a stay at home mom of two boys. Her bog COASAHMOM features product reviews, giveaways, sponcered articles and much more.
Click here for a blog by Dianne about about creating printable fun: http://www.coasahmom.com/simple-entertainment-hard/
Kim and Amanda believe everyday moments are teachable opportunities. Both are certified and experienced educators and their blog The Educators’ Spin On It offers activity ideas for children 0-8.
Click here for a blog Dianne wrote about learning differences:http://www.theeducatorsspinonit.com/2014/10/finding-our-childrens-preferred.html
Filled with tons of free printables including board games, party kits, masks and worksheets, Itsy Bitsy Fun is a great source for free printables!
They featured Little Bunny’s African Animals Coloring Book here: http://www.itsybitsyfun.com/african-animals-number-coloring-pages.html
And the 3 in 1 Printables here: http://www.itsybitsyfun.com/bunny-alphabet-tracing-coloring-cards.html
And the ABC Coloring Book here: http://www.itsybitsyfun.com/bunny-alphabet-coloring-pages.html
Gude is the mother of 2 small boys. Crafting makes her happy and she shares her joy on her blog Hodge Podge. She loves easy crafts to do with kids as well as grown up crafts.
Check out a guest blog written by Dianne about 10 easy Crafts and Activities to Prepare Kids for Pre-school.
Southern Hope gave us a great shout out! http://southernhope1229.blogspot.com/2014/08/sayin-little-more.html
Brandy is a New Hampshire mom of three writing Happily Blended where she blogs about parenting, being positive and fitness to name a few subects. Some of her feature blogs include Jenny the pug and Wordless Wednesdays with great photos!
Click here for a guest blog by Dianne about children discovering what they want to be when they grow up:http://happilyblended.com/2014/08/grow/
Amy is a mom of four and a pastor’s wife who loves cooking and reading. She shares her joys and struggles and everything in between in her blog Amy Loves It.
She featured Little bunny in her Friday Freebies! http://kingdomfirstmom.com/2014/08/freebie-friday-4.html.
Pam, the Unconventional Librarian, has a BS in English, a post baccalaureate certificate in Elementary Education and a Master’s in Library Science. She loves children’s and young adult books. She also loves social media and uses it to promote books that reflect our society. Click here to visit her site http://unconventionallibrarian.com/
Click here for a guest blog written by Dianne about preschool reading: http://unconventionallibrarian.com/2014/07/25/bunny-author-dianne-miller-chats-preschoolers/
And click here for a post for back to school preparedness: http://unconventionallibrarian.com/2014/08/27/school-guest-post-dianne-miller/
Janine La Tulippe is committed to helping children become happy adults. Her website True Aim Parent and Education brings Christian values to teaching preschoolers.
Click here to find a blog written by Dianne about the valuable lessons in baking cookies:http://www.trueaimeducation.com/cooking-with-kids-cookie-lesson/
A great review from Emma! http://sugarandslugs.com/2014/07/12/emmas-faves-2-years-2-months/
A nice shout out from the Unconventional Librarian! http://unconventionallibrarian.com/2014/07/12/teach-lil-count-bunny-series/
Laura loves to share her life as a mom and offers great give aways, reviews, deals, freebies, recipes, printables coupons, on line coupons and much more at: A Place For Everything.
Click here for a feature blog post about Little Bunny : http://www.placeforevery-thing.com/apps/blog/show/42460124-the-importance-of-preschool-learning
Kelly has a Bachelor's in accounting and a Master's in elementary education and is the mother of 6 boys! Her blog Homeschool Parent is a resource for homeschooling parents but the ideas featured in her blog are perfect for any parent or teacher.
Click here for a feature blog about different learning styles written by Dianne: http://homeschoolparent.blogspot.com/
Kids Activity Blog amasses an amazing array of activities for young people in one place! They regularly feature Little Bunny worksheets and printables in their Learn page under Coloring Pages and Printables.
Click here to find KIds Activity Blog Printables: http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/category/activities-for-children-2/coloring-pages
Bethany is a columnist for the Greenville News and Co-owner of Kidding Around Greenvillle SC. She started her blog No Twiddle Twaddle blogging about children's eBooks, she now writes about homeschooling.
Click here for her interview with Dianne Miller about the Little Bunny series: http://www.notwiddletwaddle.com/2012/08/free-ebook-author-spotlight-dianne.html