sometimes I get caught up in the
"i can only do rainbows in march so I better get a move on"
and that annoys me that I get that way!
i need to remember to do things that kids are into not because
"its that time of year"
with that being said
it is March 9th and we havent done a rainbow activity yet ;)
--dont you love how my mind works!--
we will be doing lots of them now because
what kid doesn't love a rainbow!
We read about Noah and the ark
and God's promise to us!
I got this little work sheet from HERE
we then added some fruit loops
BEFORE running to the store to buy a box of fruit loops
WATCH WHICH ONES YOU GET!!
i was very disappointed when I realized I had the
which meant all the reds were shaped like a figure 8...
but don't worry I think I was the only one annoyed with that!
anyways back to the rainbow...
Lesson was learned today...
when doing an activity that involves glue make sure your glue bottles aren't all empty!
because then you waste time filling them into each other
and then you get upset because the kids are frustrated that their glue "isn't working!"
so always keep LOTS of glue on hand for your projects!!
my lesson was learned!
I loved the way the children worked differently!
Some children worked top to bottom red to purple
while other children put whatever color they wanted anywhere!
I always think little things like that show their personality!
I AM IN LOVE WITH THESE KIDDOS!!!
you can see by these two photos how differently the kids work!
this picture makes me smile!
He LOVES LOVES LOVES to read books!!
Also have you amazed your kiddos with your scientific skills by doing
i honestly have no idea why a broom and some eggs will stand all by themself on a specific couple of days something about allignment and an axis, (science isn't my thing) but its pretty cool and the kids will think you are more awesome than you already are!!
happy broom standing!