Monday, March 17, 2008

Unplug Your Kids Group Project

This week's theme is WOOD,
Be sure to leave a comment and your link over at Mom Unplugged's place
if you join in.
I almost didn't join in this week I must confess..I just couldn't come up with an idea
Princess was interested in with "wood", but then while doing her "maths",
she requested
her math "manipulatiz"
(that is how she says it) to work out her problems, I realized that she was using wooden popsicle sticks!
That led to her decorating some of them with her markers.

7 comments:

Mom Unplugged said...

That is a good idea for wood! Not "uninspired," as you said in your comment! I think that some of the best ideas just "happen" that way. Anyhow, I hope next week's "eggs" will be an easier one to think up!

Heather said...

I think that it was a great idea. I personally take any advantage to cover more than one subject in a lesson. So great job.

Mom and Kiddo said...

Funny how the unplugged project sort of works its way into what seems like simple things. Although I didn't post about it, today we put together a chair and I thought "oooh, this is a WOODEN chair"

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Michie said...

I am finding that the same thing happens to me. I don't think I can come up with an idea for the project, and then I suddenly think...oh, look, that is wooden...oh, that is wood too...etc, etc. Once my mind starts thinking about the theme, I see it everywhere! :)

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

I love the idea. We will have to do the same. Will put in the worbox right now before I forget.

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

I love the idea. We will have to do the same. Will put in the worbox right now before I forget.

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My homeschool buddies and I are all posting pics of our "home schools" as part of our idea sharing.

Plato said...

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