This Week…

This week…

Floriade - An Everyday Story
We went back to Floriade
Taking photos at Floriade - An Everyday Story
This time Jack took his camera
Flowers - An Everyday Story
Jack picks me flowers everyday
Watering the garden - An Everyday Story
He is enjoying taking care of his new flower garden
window blocks - An Everyday Story
Spring sunshine means beautiful window blocks outside
Remnants of Play - An Everyday Story
Sarah’s incredible ‘picnic’ she made during quiet time. Keep looking, you’ll notice more and more
DIY Geoboard - An Everyday Story
Lots of playing with the cork geoboards
Dressing Up - An Everyday Story
Two cowboys driving a bus to the cupcake shop
canberra glassworks - An Everyday Story
We watched artists making glass sculptures at the Glassworks
watching glass being sculpted - An Everyday Story
Jack was completely in awe of the process
Antarctic Ice sculptures - An Everyday Story
We looked around a stunning Antarctic inspired glass art exhibition
Antarctic small world on the light panel - An Everyday Story
Which inspired a little Antarctic small world of our own
Building with blocks - An Everyday Story
Sarah is building structures now. Big structures
building blocks - An Everyday Story
Jack continues to amaze me with his creations
The Onclers House - An Everyday Story
This one is the Oncler’s house. ‘It’s nice and tall.’
peeling corn - An Everyday Story
Cowboy vest on, Sarah helps me with dinner most nights
Reading Numbers - An Everyday Story
Some natural learning – Jack loved reading the numbers on the postboxes

Snippets of our days. Our everyday story

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6 Replies to “This Week…”

  1. What a beautiful, colourful, gentle, imaginative, soul enriching week you’ve had! Always so inspiting 🙂 xx

    1. Thank you Steph. We seem to have found a new spring in our step now that the weather is finally warming up 🙂

  2. Oh, Kate, I love so much of your week. I especially like the Cork Geoboard. How easy to make yourself. The children in my classroom love our Geoboard but I’ve never been able to pull the trigger on buying one for home! 🙂

    1. Thanks Marnie. Jack and Sarah are really loving them too.

  3. I love your pictures Kate. Do you have any tips on where to acquire dress up clothes/hats etc?

    1. Thanks Jen 🙂 We get a lot of our dress-ups from thrift stores. We’ve also got some hats and things from when my husband was in the army. I picked up some fabric remnants from a fabric store which Jack and Sarah use for capes, dresses and other things.

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