The kids again enjoyed having their faces painted during my piano lessons last week. Joely requested a snake. And Jaden asked for a Storm Trooper. When the face painter told him she didn't know how to do that, Jaden provided her with a Lego model. This is the result.
Archives for January 2009
Sharing movies with out kids that we loved from childhood has been great. Jeff and I have talked about introducing our kids to some of the movies we liked as kids, and with our Netflix subscription we've started doing just that. So I thought I'd share some of those memorable movies we're hoping to watch […]
At the beginning of the school year I wrote about how I make up my own first grade language lessons using a short sentence or two from a children's book that illustrates a particular language-related concept. For instance, if we want to study plurals, I might select a sentence(s) that has a singular and a […]
We have used Beautiful Feet guides for history many times, and we have always been so happy with it. If you're not familiar with how Beautiful Feet guides work, let me try to explain just a little bit using the Ancient History study guide. This guide is broken up into three sections: Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and […]
Thursdays have turned into face painting day for my kids. Today Joely requested a fish, something that our face painter (my piano student's mother) had never tried before. Here's how it turned out.
Joely wrote her very first Haiku and posted it on her blog. Please take a second and hop on over there to let her know what you think of it!