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Snowflake Craft and School

We had such a fabulous day in school today. I just love days (and weeks) that fly by for school and we learn so much together!  This week, 1st week back, is no exception..


What Zachary started today


What we read together..real cute!


Apparently wearing the Ninja Lego headband helps with the school work!
(just another perk to homeschooling)




Cute printables for Winter from 2TeachingMommies


We learned about the Great Blizzard of 1888 today..interesting.


Our Craft today...making snowflakes...



Little "sampling" going on...







We had "health" class today. 


Learning about Verbs


In the middle of planning our Chinese New Year lessons...Valentine's Day....and
working on my next party (small gathering) for my b'day!

Be Blessed!

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Comments

Lindsay said…
Wonderful day! Love the snowflakes you guys made!
Mama Bird said…
Another great Winter idea I will be using these I cannot wait to make these snowflakes and read some books you have suggested! Thanks
Lisa said…
Love the snowflake craft... and the hat!
JDaniel4's Mom said…
The snowflakes are so pretty! What a great idea!
The Adventurer said…
Have you seen the book Snowflake Bently. It is fantastic plus you can go on the web to seen his photographs. Every one looks so happy. I added you button to my blog today...I finally added a page for buttons only took me 18 months to do it:)
melismama said…
Thanks everyone for the kind comments, I really appreciate you all!

Thanks Anna Marie for adding the blog button 8)
Coming over from Read Explore Learn. Love your marshmallow snowflakes. Such a fun idea!
Visiting from Read-Explore-Learn. Marshmallow snowflake sounds like an awesome idea!
Super cute idea! I am your newest follower. I'd love for you to follow me back, if you want to =-) I also wanted to invite you to link up at TGIF Linky Party - http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/search/label/Linkey%20Parties.
Have a great weekend,
Beth =-)
lindsy said…
Great ideas! I just reserved several of the books you recommended at our library. We'll be doing the marshmallow snowflakes next week for sure. Thanks!
Lindsy
www.preschoolalphabet.blogspot.com
Michelle said…
YUMMM - what delicious looking snowflakes! :) Cute idea!
The marshmallow snowflakes are so neat! Great idea for a winter craft.
Diane said…
What a great day! I've heard that no two snowflakes are alike - proved by your post, and that you can catch them on your tongue - also proved by your post! You have enriched my knowledge yet again ! :) Thank you for linking up on NOBH!
Renee said…
I wonder if we could dip the marshmellows in diamond glaze and make small ones for the tree?
hmmm I have mini marshmellows lol I may have to try this tonight, I will take a pic and let you know :)
Amy said…
We're planning on making marshmallow snowflakes like that soon around here too...looks like yours turned out great! Thanks for visiting my blog earlier =)
Tina said…
Definitely borrowing this snowflake craft! You know Ben and marshmallows....he will love it!
Jennifer Young said…
What a fun homeschool you have! I love how you incorporated books and crafts to keep things interesting for the kids.
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