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Its Either Sailboats or Wind - Mother Goose Time

Have I ever mentioned before that I am A WRECK without a schedule.  Yeah, I am sure I have, many, many, many times.  Anyways, I had a pretty good run of getting everything done, then the boys I baby-sit started coming to my house, throwing off the routine I had gotten into (although I really prefer it this way).  After that my mom came to visit for 3 weeks (YAY!).  During the time my mom was here, free lunch at the park started.  Needless to say my house is a mess and Mother Goose Time is not being done daily and blogging isn't being done regularly.  Okay, that is the end of my explanation/excuse.

*Confession: I lost the Teacher's Guide to Alphabet Island, between bringing it back and forth from baby-sitting and completely cleaning out my homeschooling cupboard I have no idea where it went.  So none of the Alphabet Island activities will have names anymore unless I find the guide.*

This is the set-up for the Invitation to Create.  The boys were making Sailboats.
 Poor Little Guy gets so frustrated because his crafts/art never looks as good as the littler boys' because I pretty much still do their projects since I don't trust them with scissors at all.
 You know what is a gross activity with small children?  Blowing papers around with straws.  They neither notice or care about the copious amounts of saliva spewing from their mouths.  But it is a fun science game, so until it got to gross they had fun!

I believe this day was either wind, or sailboats.  Either way I know the boys had a lot of fun chasing around/spitting on the paper scraps, and I love the sailboats.

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