My friend over at Sing Like Wildflowers recently posted a photo of her baby girl wearing this same outfit so I couldn’t resist posting our matching photo. 🥰
Photos taken by my husband
I don’t remember seeing a rainbow like this before… my 10-year-old daughter took the photo from her vantage point in the backseat of the truck.
Andy Warhol Unit Study
After watching an episode of The Great British Baking Show: Juniors (S6:E3), we were inspired to do a mini unit study of Andy Warhol. When he was referenced in the program, my kiddos asked “Who’s that?” I really like the “Who Was…?” series of books and bought each of my kiddos a large collection at … Continue reading Andy Warhol Unit Study
Birds of the Month: February – Magpie, March – Mourning Dove and April – Barn Owl
One of our art goals this homeschool year is to draw a bird every month. We recently moved. Moving is a lot of work. Moving ruins schedules and plans. Moving steals mama’s free time. But I’m not giving up my bird drawing goal, so we crammed our February and March birds in with April! Better … Continue reading Birds of the Month: February – Magpie, March – Mourning Dove and April – Barn Owl
Braille Hot Wheels
How cool is this? We found it at Dollar Tree.
April is National Poetry Month
Here are some of our favorite poetry related ideas and resources. I’m really liking these “write your own poems” workbooks by Usborne. The kiddos are learning about different types of poems with space for trying out the techniques. The illustrations are fun, colorful, and engaging. I have a very reluctant writer and though it has … Continue reading April is National Poetry Month
American Girl: Nanea 1941 – American History Unit Study
“Home had always been the safest place in the world. But within a few short hours, everything in Nanea’s life had been turned upside down. She squeezed her eyes shut, trying only to see the beautiful things… But all the images were edged in black.” The Spirit of Aloha page 40 Nanea is really wonderful … Continue reading American Girl: Nanea 1941 – American History Unit Study