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You know if our hands are moving and building it out we’ll remember it more.” This made me laugh at first, then I stopped to think about our morning so far.The early morning nature walk to beat the 106 degree heat index told quite the story.
Her words of encouragement washed over me and she pulled out A Year of Playing Skillfully and leafed through it with me.
I am also giving away a copy of A Year of Playing Skillfully to one winner! _____________________________________________________________________________________ Affiliate links included in this post. Most of you know that this past year I promised my children we would go to the beach every week.
It was a wonderful addition over the winter and spring months and I am trying to stay positive now that our heat index is spiking to 110 degrees.
We were studying blossoms and the boys reached into their bags and pulled out their old eye loupes (recommended by Kathy and Lesli back in the day! Then came their 5 common topics discussion about various blooms in the backyard which eventually brought us back to the house where we sat at the table and began drawing and recording what we had found.
Half way through one boy said, “I’ll be back in ten mintutes.” When he returned he reported that he revisited his flower and sat still in the shade to see what sorts of pollinators would come along while he waited.
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