The week that was…Natural learning

Child-led learning

I don’t have much to share this week! Unfortunately, the baby girl was sick, so I spent a lot of time cuddling her and without my camera handy. So, while a lot of learning still happened, I wasn’t able to capture as much as usual. Nevertheless, here’s a few photos that I did manage to snap.

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We started our Advent Calendar this week! The first day the girls made an advent wreath. This year they decorated it with things they found in the garden.

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Star pictures. I love Miss 3’s. Can you tell she likes glitter?

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Miss 5 used stencils.

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Some crafting by my 5 year old. Making a giant doll.

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Some Story Box Library.

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Miss 5 spent a lot of the week making Christmas presents for her friends.

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Name tags for the presents.

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We are nearing the end of our second term at Ballet and Miss 3 in particular is really enjoying it.

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Some Christmassy play dough.

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A visit from Nanna who bought a decorate your own crown craft kit.

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Miss 5: ‘I want to make mine all symmetrical. So, if you cut a line down the middle here it will be exactly the same on each side’.

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More fairy world’s built with loose parts.

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Some kind of made up game that involved rolling all these marbles around the Spielgaben lid!

ย That’s all from me for this week! Make sure you drop by HippyHappyMama, Memoirs of a Childhood, Racheous – Lovable Learning, and An Everyday Story to see what they’ve been up to!

8 thoughts on “The week that was…Natural learning

  1. Hope baby girl is all better now! Still a lovely week, love the star picture, it looks amazing on the black paper. Hannah painted a butterfly this week and made the design symmetrical too, I love how they just figure this stuff out on their own!! Hmmm, we might need to make some Christmassy play-dough as well. I love the name tags too ๐Ÿ˜‰ so cute to see my litttlies names being written by their friends ๐Ÿ˜€ xx

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