Wrapping up June 2015

Whew! The month of June just flew by. Where does the time really go? This little ole blog really helps me keep track of time, and give me a sense of what the kids and I have accomplished in their time here.

So let's get down to the nitty gritty. Let's look back at June...

I sincerely want to thank Mandy for the plants she donated to Small Wonders dayhome. Mandy is in no way affiliated with our dayhome, but went out of her way to bring some plants to our home for the kids to plant. Thank you so so much!

I made sewed pencil crayon holders for the kids...I had to hand-sew these because sadly (and I am still kicking myself), I left my sewing machine when I moved out of province.
Anyways, the reason I made these was because I hope to purchase some watercolour pencils in the next while. Here's a pic with just regular pencils (for show). I made 3 of them. I'm thinking 1 shared by 2 children(?)

Book of the month
We read this book by Miela Ford. In the book a little girl explores all the changes, and colours of the sky...all in one day.
 It was an interesting month to track the weather, as there was lots of rain, sun, and even some fog. We aimed to take a picture of the sky once a week for the month to show different changes, from the same location (our back door). Keep in mind that the kids only attend my dayhome at specific times of the day...I think we did pretty well.
Below are some photos of our skies.

new reads...
You will notice that I've got 2 "potty" related books. That's because Z is training right now. And as usual, I always try to add at least one french book. I also got ABC of Canada, which is on our nature table right now, because in the month of July we will be learning all about Canada!
I'm still looking for a second hand copy of The Potty Book for Boys.

So that was our June (well a least a part of it).

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