This Week… 27/52

This week…

gems and stones on the light panel - An Everyday Storygems and stones on the light panel - An Everyday Story watercolour painting - An Everyday Story War Memorial - An Everyday Story story stones - An Everyday Story art and inquiry basket - An Everyday Story drawing - An Everyday Story National Arboretum - An Everyday StoryNational Arboretum - An Everyday Story Dancing - An Everyday Story Dress-ups - An Everyday Story Bed hair - An Everyday Story Building with blocks - An Everyday Story ANZAC Day medals - An Everyday Story Fairies - An Everyday Story

A snapshot of our week, our everyday story


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.

 This Week... 26/52

*Linking up with The Boy & Me

14 Replies to “This Week… 27/52”

  1. I’d love to hear how you use the rocks with the pictures. Did you make those? Neat idea!

    1. They are story stones that Jack was given for Christmas. My lovely friend made them. She used coloured fine-tip permanent markers. I use them for storytelling; just making up stories using the pictures as cues. One morning Sarah took them off the shelf and started her own story. It was so sweet.

    2. Smart thkining – a clever way of looking at it.

  2. Your week in pictures always inspires me, Kate. Thank you for sharing 🙂 xx

    1. I’d love to see your week too Kate 🙂 I know it would be lovely xx

  3. Hi Kate! Another joyful week….a pleasure to view and read. Were you the artist for your story stones?

    1. Hi Julia 🙂
      How are you? No I didn’t make the stones, I am a truly appalling drawer 🙂 My friend made them for Jack for Christmas. They are quite clever. She really put a lot of thought into the pictures. They make so many different story lines. Jack and Sarah love them. Jack makes up the sweetest stories. This time was Sarah’s first one 🙂

  4. I love Sarah’s bed hair, my little girl gets the same!!

    I really like that you take clipboards and crayons on trips out, such a great idea. Do you find it helps them to remember trips in more detail and to give them more scope for talk? I’ve been thinking of starting to do it with my little ones as they have begun to understand that they can represent things with their drawings now. It’s fascinating watching those skills develop 🙂 I also love the story stones, which I may task my husband with – he keeps telling me he’s great at drawing but I’ve never seen him so much as pick up a pencil!

    I was just heading over earlier to link up with you but the children decided they needed me Right Now. I do miss daytime naps… So you got over to me first this week!! Here’s our week:

  5. A lovely collage of photos from a very busy week – I particularly love the bed hair and shadow dancing.

  6. Gorgeous doll house. I love how they have access through the roof x

    1. It’s Plan Toy My First Dollhouse. We bought it on sale at Toyworld for Sarah’s birthday. She is so very sweet playing with it 🙂

      1. We bought one for Emily’s 2nd birthday from Aldi and she still loves it. Isabelle has started to really like it in the past few months too… If only they could play together 🙂

  7. your photos are beautiful and tell such a wonderful story of your weeks adventures. i love the bed hair, giggling fairies and the drawing of your long arms for cuddles awwww just lovely x

  8. Thanks for linking up such beautiful photos, I don’t think I remember seeing you before? (if you have and I’m being dull, please forgive me!) A pleasure to see into your world, what lovely activities you have going on for your children, the bedhead photo is magnificent and I love the story stones!

    Thanks for linking up to 365.

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