This Week…20/52

This week…

using natural materials in the block corner - An Everyday Story pretend play with natural materials - An Everyday Story Project 52 This Week 20/52 scissor skills cutting shapes - An Everyday Story Project 52 This Week 20/52Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52 watercolours and artline markers - An Everyday Story Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52 Project 52 This Week 20/52

A snapshot of our week, our everyday story

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If you feel inspired to share a moment from your week please leave a comment with your link below or pop over to Instragram and use the hashtag #p52thisweek. I’m kate_aneverydaystory. Hope to see you there.

Project 52 This Week from An Everyday Story

7 Replies to “This Week…20/52”

  1. Thanks Kate, I’m completely inspired as usual! Jack’s drawings are getting more detailed by the day- gorgeous. I’m going to try some of your ideas with my students this week. Did you make your own animal cards? See you soon! Jess

    1. Thanks Jess 🙂 I love Jack’s drawings too. Last week he was all about eye-brows and everyone had really long eye-brows. This week he’s liking fingers hehe. So sweet. These cards are actually some japanese flashcards i had in my teaching stash. I like them because they have photos rather than illustrations. I guess you could easily make some though. My printer isn’t so good so I’m glad I have these ones.

  2. Hi,
    Beautiful, as always! May I ask where the small musical instruments are from, please? My son would love them!
    Thanks,
    Jane

    1. Hi Jane. I bought them on amazon. They are called Toobs. They come in a set of 8 instruments and Jack loves them too.

  3. A lovely week again! I love how Jack has used his blocks in twos to make his road – very organised! You do have some totally gorgeous small world things, more to add to my list… 🙂

    Here’s our week: http://twoofeverythingblog.co.uk/project-52-6/

    1. Yes, he was very proud of those roads hehe 🙂 Thank you

  4. This is wonderful! I have just found your lovely little space and am very much impressed with the activities you provide for your children. I am a preschool teacher and these are the daily activities we plan and implement! It’s wonderful to see that you provide all this at home… Many would worry about mess. “You can paint at preschool” is what I hear all too often! You’re an inspiration 🙂

    Sophie xo

    P.S. I like your light table activity.

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