Monday, July 15, 2013

An Enchanted Childhood Playschool ~ Summer Camp ~ The Night Sky



Whew!  The weeks are just flying past us. It's not so much that we are too busy (though Monday-Thursday are pretty busy with our playschool) as it is we are busy outside.  We aren't able to blog as much as we would like.  But maybe that is the nature of summer... along with laptops that won't let us write on blogger, lost cameras, new pets, growing children, day trips to Ikea, crazy weather...  (all this to say.. we are TWO days late in putting out the weekly Playschool Update!)


Last week we studied the Night Sky!  Lots of fun and learning!
 
We read Halley Came to Jackson and made cute comets using a star sponge and glitter paint for the tail!


 
 
We also read Goodnight Moon (who can do a moon study without revisiting that favorite book?!)
The children learned the four main moon phases and then made a little book!
 


 
 
One rainy day all the boys (have I mentioned that somehow we have almost all boys for our playschool?) gathered under the table... all kinds of fun play was going on under there!
 
 


And of course we had lots of outside play in between and around all the rain we have had this summer.









 
 
And the highlight of every week is a visit to The Garden!
 





 
 
 
Goodness, there is a lot of goodness in every week. 
And we are grateful!
 
 
 
 
Each week I join several linky parties! What a fun way to share and learn!
Natural Living Monday, The Children's Bookshelf, Monday's Kid Corner, Hey Mom, Look What I Did!, Montessori Monday, Made by Little Hands, Homemade Mondays, Mama Moments Monday {Link Up}, The Gathering Spot, Little Wonders' Days, Mom's Monday Mingle, Mommy Moments, Frugal, Crafty Home, Hip Homeschool Hop, Mom's Library, Tuesday Tots, (tot school tuesday), The Tuesday Baby Link-Up, Keep Calm Craft On {crafting on}, Tuned in Tuesday, Teach Me Tuesday, TOO Cute Tuesday, Open Call Tuesday, Backyard Farming Connection Hop, Tuned in Tuesday, Kids in the Kitchen, Waldorf Wednesday, It's Playtime, We Made That Linky, What I Learned Wednesday, Super Link Party, Kids Co-Op, Artsy Play Wednesday, Healthy 2Day Wednesday, Wildcrafting Wednesday, Adorned From Above, Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways, Kids Crafts, Link and Learn, Thrifty Thursday, Hearts for Home, needle and thREAD, Made U Look, Tender Moments with Toddlers and Preschoolers, Natural Living Link-Up, Small Footprint Friday, Our Days Homeschool Link-Up, For the Kids Friday, FarmGirl Friday Blog Hop, Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday, Read. Explore. Learn., Creative Learning on Friday, Preschool and Kindergarten Corner, Friday's Nature Table, The Friday Baby Shower, TGIF Linky Party, Family Fun Friday, Creative Friday, Friday Flair Link Party, Shine on Fridays, Friday Favs, Outdoor Play Party, Do Something Crafty, Weekend Whatever, Saturday Show and Tell, Tot School Gathering Place, Sharing Saturday, Share It Saturday, Country Kids, Link and Learn, sharing creative, ideas {all weekend}, Show and Share Saturday, Stress Free Sunday, The Sunday Showcase, The Preschool Prekinder Nook, Fun Sparks, The Sunday Parenting Party, Making Boys Men, Spring Carnival, Made with Love, Raising Memories


And each week I co-host Eco-Kids Tuesday Link-Up!

7 comments:

  1. Such wonderful discovery here! Such a fortunate group of children.

    Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

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  2. Your garden looks great! We have had too much rain and now too much sun, so my tomatoes have been all over the place :) I love the moon phase project, my oldest is obsessed with anything to do with the planets, moons etc right now!

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  3. Awesome! No matter how small the mud puddle kiddos always find them. Fun! Thanks for linking up with us at Artsy Play Wednesday!

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  4. Looks like lots of fun! We just did a phases of the moon project with Oreos. It was lots of fun, and yummy too! Thanks for sharing!
    Tina from mommynificent.com

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  5. Looks like a very full week! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

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  6. Looks like a fun week! we haven't read Halley come to Jackson, will look out for it at the library. I really liked the moon phases activity to go along with the book. Stopping over from blog hop.
    -Reshama
    www.stackingbooks.com

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