This Week…17/52

This week…

Collecting natural treasures - An Everyday Story Geocaching with preschoolers - An Everyday Story Geocaching - exploring the treasures - An Everyday Story Open-ended art - painting - An Everyday Story Exploring paint freely - An Everyday Story Project based learning - The Fire Project - An Everyday Story Project based learning with Preschoolers - An Everyday Story Montessori Practical Life - preparing snacks - An Everyday Story Prewriting activities - coloured salt on the light panel - An Everyday Story Children's free expressive art - An Everyday Story Exploring insects - An Everyday Story Observational art - drawing dragonflies - An Everyday Story

A snapshot of our week, our everyday story

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Project 52 This Week from An Everyday Story

16 thoughts on “This Week…17/52

  1. What a great post! Thank you. I loved looking at all the pictures of nature and especially the creative pictures with all the mess. Reminds me that mess is okay. 🙂

    • Geocaching is fabulous. It’s where you use GPS coordinates to find hidden treasures which people have placed around the place. It is really fun to try and find the buried treasure and then there is always some kind of ‘treasure’ swap in a container and a notebook. You write your name in the notebook and the date you found the treasure (then maybe add something if you remember to take something with you like a little plastic animal or something) and bury it again for the next person. It’s fun to find but also gives you a nice sense of community reading the notebook and knowing that people from all over the world have come to find that little treasure.

      http://www.geocaching.com

    • It’s really fun Kelly 🙂 There’s an App you can down load to get the GPS coordinates to find the treasure. There are HEAPS in Canberra. D would love it! Some are hidden really well and are a little tricky to find and others are easier. If you read my reply to Julie’s comment above you’ll know what I mean 🙂

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