Curiosity and Wondering - Encouraging Kids to Ask Questions
Parenting Tip: Have Them Help with Special Projects
Halloween Ginger Bread Cookies
Curiosity “I Will” Statements
Use a Toothpick to Determine Thickness of Dough
Curiosity Word Ring - Character Development
I often feel like I’m in so much of a hurry. My kids are noticing something new on the sidewalk or staring up at the sky, and I’m trying to rush them on to our next thing. I don’t often enough take time to let them hook and re-hook their carseat straps just so they can become better at doing it. I want to rush off to wherever I think we need to go. Our walks become for exercise and purpose rather than taking time to just enjoy each other and our environment. Part of doing this blog was to live in the moment and be more intentional in my time with my kids. Part of that time just needs to involve being and helping to discover life through the eyes of a child - with wonder, excitement and no “to do” list.
Persuasiveness with a Serpent and a Dove - 2 crafts included