My 4 year old son and I went a hunt for Spontaneous Smiley Faces! Spontaneous Smileys are all around us and found in everyday objects. My little guy insisted that they all have a nose too. He had so much fun pointing out “eye, eye, nose, & mouth” each time we found a smiley face!
We are participating in a Smile-a-thon for Operation Smile, but you don’t need to be a blogger to participate. All you have to do is upload a photo on the Spontaneous Smiley website and $1 will be donated to Operation Smile…. please mention that Elizabeth sent me when you are filling out the super short form.
“I Spy” Smile Face
I asked my son if he could spot the smiley face- He spotted it right away,
Groovy Smiley Face
Our napkin holder turned upside-down.
Chinese Symbol Smiley Face
Smiling Shower Curtain
Shower Curtain Smiley Face #2
Sippy Cup Smile
A bunch of little raindrop shapes make up this smiley face!
Space Saver Smiley
On my daughter’s booster/space saver
White Tiger Smiley Face
It even has eyebrows!
Found on our kitchen chair.
Smiling Ladybug Spots
We saw this on my daughter’s growth chart.
Laughing Air Purifier
My little guy thought this was hilarious!
Messy Hair Smiley Face
My 1 year old was fingerpainting & I saw this when I was looking through the photos I took of her.
We were outside playing and found this on our satellite dish.
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What a great job! You and your son are very perceptive … you found so many fun smileys! 🙂
Looks like you had fun. I have never heard of this but will glady check it out!
Yeah for Smileys!
Such a wonderful thing and perfect way to get him involved =)