Here are some of our favorite links from around the web this week. We hope you like them too.

Edward Scissorhands

We hope those are safety scissors in this adorable Brazilian Cineplex ad featuring children —can you guess all the other movies featured in the series?

Use your words to help a child in the Blogust blog relay where every comment you leave on participating blogs means $20 donated to Shot@Life for life-saving vaccines. In fact you can leave a comment on any of the participating blogs all month long to count, including our own Editor Liz’s blog.

If you’ll be in the DC area this month, don’t miss the All Kids Can CREATE National Art Exhibition, featuring artwork from inspiring kids with and without disabilities who worked with the theme: What Inspires Me? 
Yee haw! Kristen has rounded up the cutest little cowboy boots and booties for your little cowpoke.

Yay for our contributor Eva Gletner who makes an impassioned plea for us to keep pushing our girls in math and science.

Whoa: This city made of staples is an incredible shiny little art installation

Fall into select GAP Kids locations over the next three Saturdays to check out their Shine On craft projects with Mer Mag. Tomorrow’s activity will have kids making their own geometric art while you get some back-to-school shopping done.

Dreaming of Paris? Check out this post on Chookooloonks featuring gorgeous ways to photograph the Eiffel Tower.

Sesame Street announces their exciting 43rd season line up and we’re tickled to hear about ELMO: The Musical! and to see Supreme Justice Sonia Sotomayor will be making an appearance.

Liz shares her #1 beauty tip with Gen Connect (’s not expensive).

The kindness of awed strangers makes Kristen’s solo flight with four children a lot more bearable. 

Pinterest board of the week: Take a trip down memory lane with this colorful board of vintage toys from Rainbow Vintage Home.

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