4 days ago
Is it time yet? Is it time yet?
Now that spring is here, many families are about to watch some baby caterpillars transform into butterflies. While you wait, you might want to share The Very Impatient Caterpillar by Ross Burach with your kids.
This humorous story, told through speech bubbles, explores as one impatient caterpillar learns all about metamorphosis. Kids will giggle as they watch him build a chrysalis and struggle to entertain himself inside for two whole weeks. Will he become a butterfly like all of the others?
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6 days ago
My kids got to experiment with some new materials this week for art and they definitely had fun! 🎨 We made stained glass art, rolled marbles in paint, tried shaving cream art, and worked with some chalk pastels. You can swipe through to see their creations.
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Eli had a knack for telling all sorts of lies until the day the Lie-O-Meter was delivered to his house. Suddenly, Eli can’t lie about leaving the blocks out on the floor, not brushing his teeth at bedtime, or eating one of the cupcakes for his sister’s class. Each time he tries, the Lie-O-Meter is quick to point out the truth.
But one day, Eli decides to play ball in the house even though he knows he isn’t supposed to. A lamp gets knocked over and Eli quickly blames the dog. The Lie-O-Meter doesn’t catch the whopper, and the dog is sent outside for the night. At first, Eli feels relief at getting away with it, but then he feels guilty. And when Eli finally tells the truth, something really wonderful happens!
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I don’t know about you, but I have been doing a lot of reading in the last two weeks. Like, more than usual. 😉 I am so close to finishing The Book of Essie by Meghan MacLean Weir. My next library book is not quite available yet, but I do have an Audible credit, just in case.
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2 weeks ago
Raise your hand if you’re having a hard time navigating a new routine at home. 🙋🏼♀️ You might be isolated at home, but you’re not alone with those feelings. If you have kids, they might also be feeling a bit anxious. A Little Spot of Anxiety by Diane Alber does a great job of explaining what anxiety is, ways to recognize it, and strategies for working through it.
If you don’t already have this book, I'm not just a scribble has made it available as a free eBook through Amazon for today and tomorrow only.
Be sure to visit her page to learn more:
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