I was already a little behind on blogging when my laptop finally broke beyond repair last week (it was around 7 years old.) I have now borrowed a temporary replacement, so I can catch up a bit. There are so many things that I would like to blog properly, but it is probably not going to happen. So anyway, these are some of the things we did in the week beginning 11th March. Having enjoyed experimenting with finger paint, we continued on our theme of writing and drawing with our fingers in a variety of materials. At the beginning of the week we played with flour, and later in the week repeated the activity with cornflour mixed with water, which was very messy but great fun.
After the success of the daffodil pictures, I decided that we would do some more Spring drawings while we were on a roll. Our garden has been full of beautiful crocuses for a while, and I brought some of them inside for the children to draw when we had Home Education group at our house. I’m glad now that we got round to doing it before the snow returned.
We also had fun drawing the blossom tree in our front garden – a lovely springtime activity, though we did need to wrap up warm! The children sat on a picnic blanket and observed the tree very carefully, taking their time over their drawings. I think the passers-by were quite amused, by the looks we got, but the children took it very seriously and were proud of the results. I haven’t taken photos of the drawings yet, so will have to add them later. I was hoping to draw some more Spring flowers and create another display, but now that everything has been covered in snow again I think we will have to wait a while.