Those pictures are precious, and yes, worth more than a thousand words. Couldn’t help but notice your gorgeous kitchen as well. And FYI, I have the same daisy pot scrubber. 🙂
I’m told this kitchen was once a log cabin kitchen not even attached to the original house! There isn’t one right angle in the entire room! Ha ha! I think I was commenting on your blog around the same time… yes, you are missed! 🙂
Love it great lesson!
Thank you! Loved your “Hosanna!” art! 🙂
I absolutely LOVE this!
It was a good lesson, but the kids didn’t dislike it as much as I thought they would! ha ha
This activity is on our agenda for tomorrow night. The picture of your son’s feet reminded me to make sure the kids wear their crocs outside all afternoon so that their feet will be plenty dirty!
Maybe you can skip baths??? ha ha Yes! Tonight is perfect since it actually happened on Thursday! Love your posts this week! 🙂
We will be doing this! Thanks!
Great! Hope it goes well! Thank you!
We did this at homeschool co-op last week– was surprised at the impression it made, even on pre-schoolers.
These pictures tell such a great story!
Oh, I bet that was so sweet! (and messy!) What a great activity. Are your children both preschool aged?
Haha, It was a little messy. We gave the teachers the tub with water and had them pass out wash clothes to minimize the wet! Brett is five and sort of in kindergarten, the way you can do only when you homeschool 🙂 He’d be one of the youngest in a public school. Anna turned three in Dec and is fitting in perfectly with the preschoolers, as opposed to last semester when she just clung to me!
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