Finding Art in Nature: Starry Night

Finding Art in Nature: Starry Night

We were playing in the bush out the back the other day and we stumbled across this fallen tree. Jack (3.5yrs) was climbing over it when he stopped. He was staring at the bark, ran his fingers over it and … Continue reading

This Week… 6/52

This Week… 6/52

Spring is such a beautiful time in Canberra. As if a little reward for making it through winter, Canberra puts on Floriade; a month long celebration of Spring. Thousands and thousands of tulips all intricately planted into different designs, together … Continue reading

Going Large: Bubble wrap painting

Going Large: Bubble wrap painting

Painting with bubble wrap was one of Jack’s (3.5yrs) first sensory painting experiences. He loved it then and he still loves it now. Sometimes I like to add some paper for printing but most of the time he simply enjoys … Continue reading

A Big Learning Curve: The story of a lizard

A Big Learning Curve: The story of a lizard

We are on a big learning curve here. Even though I had been teaching for 10 years, this project-based Reggio-inspired homeschooling is something I didn’t get a lot of experience in. I used to plan the units, create the activities, … Continue reading

This week… 5/52

This week… 5/52

It’s been a little quiet over here this week, hasn’t it? Our computer isn’t cooperating at the moment. Good thing I have such a technically-minded hubby on the case. Sarah got a terrible stomach bug this week, there is nothing … Continue reading