This week we crafted terrariums together with our homeschool group. The kids shopped for plants initially, then overrode that idea in favor of other things. Wilder chose a remote island beach, driftwood and seashells, complete with a lost message in a bottle. Rosetta’s beach featured colorful, poured sand, along with a concrete toad who’s laying her eggs. All turned out nicely + we’re enjoying them at home now.
Whew. We’ve begun embracing the season and starting all the holiday crafts and our seasonal read-aloud, all great things!
Who’s licked you this week? Rosetta got more tongue than she bargained for at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
World’s fattest toad + goat-feeding this week, alongside plenty of making time at home = some pretty happy, well-adjusted kids. Now for Halloween….
Wildling sensory science, lots of home experiments + builds, then a fairy house project that turned out amazing – three beautiful houses in our front garden bed!