Well, I've been at it again. Yep, making my little storage tubs look nicer. I've picked up a few more since we last did some show and tell on them. I need them for all the fiddly math and literacy centers I've been adding.
Here is how they look now:
Cute, hey? Same little Owl theme, just pink. Oh, and I just need to label them like the other ones as well.
We only have a week and a half left of our big school holidays. Then we'll be back to it full time.
Where did the time go? Did I rest enough? Ummmm, no, I quite possibly didn't rest at all. Perhaps I should take a week off? Could I actually do that? Yes, I have permission, but I'm a driven sort of person. Always finding things to put my hands to, so I don't know how to just "rest and relax".
If I lay down you KNOW I'm going to get inspired to jump straight back up and make or do something.
This week the family has been under viral attack with some sort of tummy bug. Well, most of the family, so far I've managed to escape it personally, but I've had to pick up the slack and do the extra work and a HEAP more washing.
Anyway, the good news is that Chloe went and made a wolf. A day late, but she still managed to get one put together.
Oh yes, the garden.
We are a few days late, but better late than not at all this month I guess.
Capsicums are growing awesome. :o)
The tomatoes are growing awesome also. These are VERY BIG, but they are also under attack. We have fruit fly in the area, so we're not fareing too well in that department. Lots of fruit but we're losing them before they make it inside.
I think we might have grown the smallest red capsicum ever. It just goes to show you the difference between different types of plants. Some are big, some not so big. I've kept their tags so I'll know which ones to buy next time.
The children have been slightly very TV deprived so when I started allowing them to watch the odd Horrible History clilp I started getting requests for them daily. They LOVE the little songs even if they don't really fully grasp the history part completely. A little here, a little there.
Today we'll be looking at Henry VIII as part of our Project 365.