Tuesday, January 18

Learning Basket: Snow...


Books
Brave Irene
Snowmen at Night
The Snowman
Snow
Tracks in the Snow
The Mitten
The Hat
Snowy Day
Brambly Hedge Winter Story
Snowballs

Activities
Play in the Snow (if you have any!)
Watch The Snowman
Create a Snowman (Cotton Balls, Black Pompoms, Orange Paper Carrot Nose, and Glue)
Cut Snowflakes for the Windows using Coffee Filters and Muffin Cup Liners
Make Ice Ornaments

7 comments:

Betsie said...

Where do you get your book list? I have three that I rely on regularly (A Picture Perfect Childhood, Under the Chinaberry Tree and Honey for a Child's Heart), but you always have some different books than I do.

Mat. Emily said...

Hi Betsie!

I make them up based upon what we like to read, favorite authors/illustrators, through recommendations, and what I find perusing the library and our local children's bookstore.

Matushka Anna said...

I would think you had enough *real* snow to not need to make any! (c; I really, really liked the ice ornament tutorial. If we get another hard freeze down here I'll try it. ("If.")

Mat. Emily said...

We did have one good snow this year, but I doubt that we'll get much more:( Living near the ocean in the summer is nice but the salty air in not conducive to a snowy landscape usually... I wish that we lived at Saint Tikhon's! That is how much I love snow:)

Genie Elizabeth said...

Kind of off topic but... is there any update on "Letters of Grace." I noticed the label was removed. Thanks for any info, you are truly a blessing!

Mat. Emily said...

Hi Genie Elizabeth!

LOG is still under construction, but I have no idea when it will be completed as Katherine, Anna, and I are pretty busy right now. I removed the label and posts because they were full of dead links and don't really represent the project well. Hopefully it will be completed soon and we'll be able to share it with everyone!

priest's wife said...

I love your learning baskets- very do-able and fun!

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