Early- morning reading in the fog, in a box. :) I woke up one day to find them out here. The Wildlife of the World book is still proving popular!
We're rediscovering Reader Rabbit - Saraya is whizzing through and Elijah is doing well too.
I love the flexibility of homeschooling - and I am being very flexible - we felt like an outing on Tuesday, so went to Mainly Music and had a great time!!! Saraya said she "felt pretty" in her dress and wanted to pose with Elijah. One of my jobs during the week was to re-sort everyone's clothes, and of course we found a few treasures we had forgotten about!
Anyone need some eggs???? This isn't showing you the ones in the fridge in cartons or the ones I've boiled for the children's sandwiches!
The weather has been lovely so the children have spent hours outside each day. They've been very busy playing creative games, jumping on the trampoline (Elijah is getting daring and has been trying all sorts of tricks!), playing in the sandpit with the water, gardening with me and bird-watching. We've seen a few new species in our garden this week and have enjoyed drawing them into our Nature Notebooks.
Harvesting tomatoes - we have to do this every few days to keep up with them!
Saraya has always loved insects, and this week she's been madly collecting anything she can! She literally spends hours just collecting and watching the insects move about in here, asking me to "Google what spiders eat, Mama" (ah, the age of technological children...) and trying to create little ecosystems for her creatures. Not all of them survive, but there's a lot of learning going on here!!