The week that was… Natural learning

I didn’t get to do a weekly post last week as we had another birthday and I was too busy! My oldest is now 6! Where is the time going? There’s a lot that’s happened in the last 2 weeks and it’s much too much to write about so I thought this week I’d just give you a look at our last 2 weeks in pictures. Enjoy πŸ™‚

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What did learning look like in your home or classroom this week?

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25 thoughts on “The week that was… Natural learning

  1. So colourful!

    My daughter has been interested in skeletons but that interest has faded away and was replaced this week by tornadoes. She build lots of tornado shelters, drew tornadoes, found cone-shaped blocks to represent a tornado which knocked the roof of her block house, made a tornado in a bottle, made tornado warning systems, made tornado biscuits firstly from playdough and then real biscuits (ie spirals), read books about tornadoes and watched youtube vids. Oh yes, and lots of dramatic play, such as getting out her map of the world, finding north america (where most of them are) and swirling around it to represent the tornado. So we both know a great deal more about the topic than we did before!

  2. Which watercolours do you use? (The circular ones where you add water). I don’t think we can get these ones in the UK but I am coming to Australia soon and would like to get some while I am there. Thanks.

  3. I love how you bring the world and life into your children’s lives. I look forward very much to being able to do all of this with my son. We will be home schooling him as well. Take care.
    S.D.H.

  4. What gorgeous pictures, and busy time you are having – it looks great! I’m inspired to get out my camera and stop snapping with my phone! Look forward to continuing to follow you, I have a son of a similar age x

  5. Very cool and colorful! Since I am sewing frequently these days (teaching myself), natural learning in our house looks like a four year old making her own paper “patterns” with marker and construction paper. How great is it that homeschooling allows the whole family to learn “naturally” together!

  6. I love the whole body painting πŸ™‚ it’s my son’s favourite kind if painting πŸ˜‰

    Could you tell me the name of the worm book please? Thanks

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