This Week…

This week…

Bicarb volcanoes - An Everyday Story
Making volcanoes
Bicarb volcanoes in sand - An Everyday Story
Sharing and working together!
interlocking wooden blocks - An Everyday Story
Jack is very particular about symmetry. I always find his buildings so fascinating
making croutons - An Everyday Story
I’m learning to cook from scratch and waste less food. It’s a pretty big change for us but I’m feeling good about it
Magnatiles and window blocks - An Everyday Story
Playing with natural light
window blocks outside - An Everyday Story
The wonder of these window blocks has never worn off
making houses - An Everyday Story
Inspired by our art session at the CMAG last week, Jack made this mixed media city
subitising with dominoes - An Everyday Story
Subitising with dominoes
Marble sound tree - An Everyday Story
A year on and she still loves her marble tree
Pattern work - An Everyday Story
A little hands-on math
Playing with Dolls - An Everyday Story
Love a little boy who plays with dolls
Playing with water - An Everyday Story
Chalk, brushes and a big bucket of water on a sunny day
light rope - An Everyday Story
The simple magic of a light rope
gardening - An Everyday Story
Do you remember that area of my garden causing me stress? Well we saved up and hired this fellow to level it. Ahh feeling much better
bobcat - An Everyday Story
A little boy and a big toy
Flowering gum tree - An Everyday Story
A beautiful flowering gum tree on an afternoon walk
blocks on the light panel - An Everyday Story
Carefully carefully building
Observing bugs - An Everyday Story
Observing bugs

Snippets of our days. Our everyday story

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5 Replies to “This Week…”

  1. I am always so inspired by the creating that your two little ones do (and also by you for the inviting and wonderful ways you set up your environment – both inside and out – for the children to be able to create these “beautiful things”)

    1. Thank you so much Dee. That really means a lot to me.

  2. I just wanted to say how much I love reading your blogs! You enspire me daily with your creativity! I am a teacher and a mom. I use the ideas you write about with both sets of children! Amazing!

    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to say so Darlene. 🙂

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