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Gravestone Rubbing

Making good use of our nice weather (before more rain comes) we went out to a local cemetery today and found some beautiful gravestone etchings and engravings to "rub".  The kids had a lot of fun and we even met up with our other homeschooling friends!



Said our pledge at the 1st flag we came across.


Zachary picked a beautiful cross.



Molly found a "M" to rub.



Preschool & Kindergarten 



Girls worked today on a lapbook I made up from Over The Big Moon
CUTE Halloween FREE printables!




Second Grade
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LOVE This book I made from Simple Schooling at Currclick


WHAT WE READ TODAY



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Comments

Renee said…
Great photos. Jacob,and I thought about adopting a grave, one that has been neglected,,and just adopt it ,and take care of it :)
We did that a couple of years back, as a matter of fact we actually located the parents of the mans grave we adopted , had a nice chat with them.. since then they started taking care of there son Mr Watson. so off to another one we will go...
melismama said…
WOW renee that is really cool - I never thought about doing that. I might just borrow the idea! Did you blog about it?
Tina said…
Neat! Was just talking about this over the weekend...took a walk with my mom and the kids and visited an 1850's cemetery down the road. Headstones are so old you can hardly read them!
Renee said…
melismama ,I am not sure, Jacob may of posted it on his blog...
http://apilgrimsjourney12.blogspot.com/
:)
Jamie said…
I have never heard of this til now,how neat.Renee that is so thoughtful of you to do that BC so many are neglected.

Mama M~you forgot one more thing your roomie needs to know about you
YOU ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!
CraftCrave said…
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [11 Oct 09:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria
Renee said…
Jacob,and I are doing this this evening, He will probably post it on his blog.
Jacob will also post on the grave he adopts :)
JDaniel4's Mom said…
The rubbing came out so well!I really like your book selection.

Thank you for posting a link to this post on Read.Explore.Learn.
bgorden said…
I love your post. So many great ideas here! I found a new blog to follow =-) Now to browse through your other posts....

I am starting a Linky Party if you want to link up at http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/2011/10/first-ever-linky-party.html

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