Heart Shaped Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches, Heart shaped Chedder and Mozzarella Cheese and Halved Strawberries for lunch… Nathan decided they were puzzles…
Red Jello for a snack…
We made some Valentine’s.
We sorted the different colors and then graphed [...]
The kids each woke up to a Valentine Bucket.
Heart Shaped Pink Pancakes with Strawberries and Whip Cream for breakfast! and Strawberry milk…
Strawberry Yogurt for a snack…
Printables are from Confessions of a Homeschooler and Musings of Me. [...]
My kids had so much fun building these. A tornado named Nathan hit his the moment it was finished.
My kids can play with the sensory bin however they like. Scooping, Pouring, etc. Used kidney beans and lima beans as the filler. I would not leave kids unsupervised with this activity.
Nathan made a rocket with Tangram’s…
Rylee likes to make these paper people… She then gets my camera and photographs them herself for my blog. She is definitely my daughter. While she photographs her art projects I usually get a few other surprise photos when I download them to my computer. Like this one [...]
We went to the zoo with our homeschool group and had so much fun.
I wish we were not so sick. I really want to go buy some Kale so that I can make Toscana Soup. Yummy!
We have been so sick this week. All those fun things that I have prepared and was planning for this week… they are going to wait until next week. None of us felt like doing anything. So coming up next week… V for Valentine, Space Study and Alabama study.
This year February 18-21 we will be participating in The Great Backyard Bird Count as part of our Nature Study. Very easy to participate you just count and record the types and amounts of birds you see. Their website has tons of bird info as well as a printable tally chart for your zipcode.
I found these adorable passports to use for our State Studies over at Musings of Me. We will be starting next week with Alabama! I have tons of fun things planned. I am really excited. I think the kids are going to love it. I cut blue cardstock and white printer paper in half. Then [...]