This Week…24/52

This Week…

horseriding - An Everyday Story equine assisted therapy - An Everyday Story building with blocks - An Everyday Story bike riding for therapy - An Everyday Story Window blocks - An Everyday Story toddlers and blocks - An Everyday Story Marble tree - An Everyday Story First haircut - An Everyday Story Natural materials - An Everyday Story sunset - An Everyday Story Reggio playdough provocation with natural materials - An Everyday Story making imprints in play dough with natural materials - An Everyday Story sculpting with play dough - An Everyday Story stick sculptures with play dough - An Everyday Story Reggio playdough provocation - An Everyday Story emergent writing - An Everyday Story

A snapshot of our week, our everyday story

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I’m kate_aneverydaystory. Hope to see you there.

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13 Replies to “This Week…24/52”

  1. lovely photos. we had a few spectacular sunsets here this week too. looks like your kids had lots of fun with that playdough x

    1. This sunset was especially beautiful. Since then Jack has been keen to show us each sunset. So sweet.
      They really loved the playdough week. Im thinking about how I can extend the activity…. any thoughts?

  2. Wow, you always do such lovely activities. I love reading every week what you have been up to and getting inspirations for new ideas and toys. Where did you get that beautiful marble run from?

    1. Thank you Laura 🙂 We bought Sarah the marble sound tree for Christmas. It is so beautiful and makes a nice melodic sound as the marbles roll down, it’s quite hypnotic really. We bought it from Honeybee Toys. If you are in Australia they had the best price that I could find. Sarah’s is the medium size.

      1. Thank you, I am in the UK and have managed to find it on Amazon. It looks beautiful definitely on his 2nd birthday present list!
        Thank you

  3. Hi Kate, do you make your own playdoughs. If so I will appreciate if you share it. Because my try out didn’t come out very well, it is too sticky.

    1. Yes I make mine. I cook it on the stove. Did you cook yours? I have made a no-cook version before and I know some people swear by it, but mine was always too sticky. It would stick to the kids’ fingers and the table. Yuck. When I’m cooking it, just as it has all come together I poke it with my finger and if it comes off clean then it is ready. Sometimes it needs a little more a mix before I take it out of the pot. Hope this helps.

  4. Lovely photos as always Kate. You’ve inspired me to incorporate mirrors into our play. I’m excited to see how R reacts. Love the pic of Daddy running after Jack on his bike. He really is riding well!

  5. Beautiful pictures that tell a wonderful story. Thanks for sharing.

  6. What an amazing week you guys have had. I loved looking at all those pictures. I especially loved the picture of daddy running after your little one on the bike. Such moments should be captured. x

    1. He is just loving riding so much at the moment. We don’t have to do any other therapy with him because he gets so much from riding everyday. I just love watching him ride and he really does get a bit of speed up now 🙂

  7. I love seeing your week, one day I will get around to adding mine too 🙂

    1. With lots of pics of your littlest man I hope 🙂

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