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Friday, February 28, 2014

It's a Random Week

 






1.  The winter Blahs were really catching up to us this week. It went
from the 40's right back to the negatives again. It was sort of a little tease.
It got us all excited and hoping for Spring only to drop and remind us we
are a bit early in our thinking. The kids were a wreck so we took a break
and went to see the Lego Movie. The children have been playing with legos
every since. It sparked a "let's create" in them.


2. I'm still working on my eating clean plan, exercising and trying new
recipes. I have friends that have tried Trim Healthy Mama's . I ordered
their book. I have been interested in some of the recipes I saw. I may sort of
do a combo of Trim healthy and clean eating. Hoping it all works out. I did
take a before photo but not ready to share just yet.


3. It is funny how things can inspire other people to try new things. I have
been posting on my pinterest clean recipes and my mom told me she tried
one of the recipes that I pinned there.  I also have had other homeschool moms
tell me what a resource they have found my pinterest page. I am so glad it
is such a resource to so many. I even had a mom this week ask me about
some preschool links. I sent her right over. Love pinterest. Here is my page
if you want to go look Nikki's Pinterest.


4. This week I also posted my first review of 2014 for the Schoolhouse
Crew. Well not my first for the Crew but my first for this year. I am so glad
it was Kinderbach we had a great time with it.


5. Yesterday what a day. My parents car left them sit so Sweet pea and I
ran to meet them. Their car had actually shut off so there was my dad in
-7 degree weather with his dog and now heat. Mom called and so I went and
picked her up and then we sat with dad till the tow truck came. Luckily the
had a garage appointment since it was acting funny and that was where he was
headed. It is fixed for them already. We have been having issues too and 
are on the market for a new Van. Anyway after all of that Sweet Pea
was tuckered out. See picture above.




Warm Blessings,
Nikki

The Pebble Pond



Thursday, February 27, 2014

Mom's Learn Lessons Too



We have had one of those really bad weeks as a homeschool mom. You
know the ones. The days when the kids are upset about their assignments.
Not just one assignment but ALL the assignments. They don't want to read
or spell or figure any  math. They don't want to do their chores or any job
they are told to do. They just want to play or lay around.

Spirit had gotten to a unit in his math he just didn't like. Now it's not that
he can't do math word problems because he can when he works really
hard and thinks them through. He just had this attitude all week that
was shouting I Don't want to do School!!  I tried really hard to push
through it . Push through the fussing. Push through the older ones
complaining about writing but then a mom can't take anymore .
A friend called us  with an invitation and it was  a great
solution. So we jumped on the idea!!


Right after Lunch we took the kids to see the New LEGO Movie!!
You can see a clip from the movie below.   The really great
thing was that it was the middle of the afternoon and not a soul
was in that theatre with us. Sweet pea could talk all she wanted to
without worry . She even stood for some of the movie. It was a
really cute film for the kids. Sweet Pea didn't focus to well on it
being four but my 8 year old Loved it. I enjoyed watching their
faces during the movies.



This little mini break we took well it worked. This morning they
have been working hard and Spirit incidentally whizzed right through
that math that was annoying him so much. I even got a big hug and I
love you mom last night. I learned a lesson here. Pushing through is
not always the answer. Sometimes stopping and taking a break
is all you need to solve those troublesome math problems. There is
a time and place for both pushing and stopping. Finding that balance
as always....



Thank you to my dear friend Jan for inviting us. The kids had
a Great time. When we left she gave the kids each a Lego cup from
McDonalds. You are such a dear friend. Hugs if your reading.








Sweet Pea with her cup. I didn't get a photo of the boys because
they were off in LEGO land.

Warm Blessings,

Nikki

Creating designs for a Rug



We haven't gotten a chance to work on any big projects in the
last few weeks but we did do a little drawing.

This week we are still studying the middle ages in our History course.
We recently have been taking a look at the Islamic Empire and
the art associated with Mosques of that time period. We learned that
the carpets were ornamentally done and were symmetrical. The
little ones decided to try their hand at designing their own carpets.


This is Spirits age8






And Sweet Pea Age 4.
(a little copying brother going on)









 

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Warm Blessings,

Nikki

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

UnPlug Communicate



 

 I sat there at the dining room table and I watched the kids for
awhile. They were rotating between TV, Kindle, Laptop,
Tablet, I-pod, Video games and phones. How did we become
so plugged in? It seems like technology has just rocketed right out
there. Seemingly that is where my kids are out there.  It was
disturbing to me to watch. Sweet Pea went to ask Superboy
something and an argument ensued. Mostly because he wasn't giving
her his attention. It really broke my heart to realize how much these
devices have taken over our home. I have always had technology
rules, such as laptops have to be in a designated area so I could see
what they were up to and they have to be "My friend everywhere"
Honestly though it is becoming harder and harder to monitor.
Monitoring it though isn't as disturbing as how engrossed they
have become to the point that I wonder are they living a virtual
life and not a real one? I can only imagine what they are missing
here in real life. Now granted it is nice to easily connect with friends
who live out of state or who we rarely see but the connection
is becoming lost on me.

I noticed too that there were times they weren't even looking at one
another  when they talked. Now this has always been a big peeve
of mine. I hate the cellphones. Well I don't hate the cell phone,
what I hate is that they are attached to people. To me a phone is to
connect with someone briefly and move on with my day. I really
don't want people to be able to reach me where ever I am. As you can
tell I'm not a lover of the phone. Now  I do see them having value
for emergency purposes but when we have them on 24/7 texting
and surfing the web., well that's not a value.

Recently at my 8 year olds Dentist appointment we choose a seat in
the corner of the waiting room.  I sat there not really noticing anyone at
first as my son animatedly  finished his conversation.   Now I tend to be
a talker to anyone that would like to chat so I scanned the room. I mean
what else will I do for an hour. The room was full about 11 people not
counting us. My son noticed it first. He said Look and pointed around the
room. Not one person acknowledged we had walked in the room. They all
every single one of them had their devices. Seriously I could have been
a murderer and no one would have sneezed at me. Now I get it they
were in a dental office awaiting an appointment but folks I have had some
fun dental appointment conversations with actual people and this day
the room was full. There was so much opportunity there to meet
new people but it was lost on them. They were far off in the devices.


Anyway back to my kiddos...

So along with this new device addiction came about a bit
of a centered on me attitude. A don't bother me type of issue.
Along with that don't bother me came shortness. Do you know what
I mean? Well if not what I mean is when someone talks to you and  you
feel you are so busy that you give them the short answer. Yep, ok , Yeah,
I  know, whatever... you get the idea. And the reality of that is that they
probably didn't really hear you. I can't tell you how many times I have
said something to one of them only to have them ask me a few
seconds later the things I had just addressed them about. It can be
really frustrating.  On top of that I have noticed more arguments.
Our new virtual worlds just can't take precedence over human
physical interaction. It is good for no one. The kids are arguing
over simple conversation. Have we gotten so lazy with our
devices that we don't have time to communicate and to listen .

 

(Sweet Pea pretending she is angry. Ha ha love that smirk) 




In my bible study the other week I came across this passage.


Ephesians 4:29, 31-32

Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths,
but only what is helpful for building others up according to
their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.

Get rid of all bitterness , rage and anger, brawling and slander,
along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to
one another , forgiving each other, Just as Christ Forgave you.


Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths.
I felt like it was talking to me. Talking to my family. They are online
in a world that is full of unwholesome talk. My son recently has been
into the minecraft game. Actually both sons have been playing the app.
He often puts on headphones and listens to these gamers make commentary
while they play. I never thought there would be harm in that but watch out
it depends on who the gamer is that is recording. Some of the language
was repeated by my 8 year old. I asked where he got that word from and
his brother said Minecraft videos. I didn't realize and felt so dumb for not
checking. I am always so careful to monitor. Needless to say no more
minecraft videos unless moms can screen them first. Beware of You tube.


Only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs
that it may benefit those who listen.

This name calling thing it just sort of grew. They started out calling silly
almost loving names but it soon changed. I did not like what I was hearing.
This wasn't learned from me.



Be kind and compassionate to one another

That simple act of taking time for one another. Taking time to really
listen and to handle the things of life that needed handled were not
longer being handled . They just go swept right in. How as their
mom did I allow that to happen.





(Sweet peas other so called angry face)



I read an article not to long ago that they are having to have
therapy sessions for kids because they are addicted to the internet.
A real Addiction that requires help because they can't stop without it.
Very scary that this things called social media has stepped right into
our lives without us even realizing it. 



(Spirit is good at the pretend angry face) 



Realizing all of this I decided to stop the screen time. Stop it Now.
There is a limited time for each day. 1 hour of games 1 hour of TV.
That is all and if you don't do your chores or work hard in school
during lesson time then I reserve the right to take that screen time
away. I won't .. I refuse to have my kids waste their time with a box. 



(Superboy kept laughing he could not do a pretend angry face ha ha) 




So that is it my conclusion. So far it has worked pretty well. I do get
nagged often about if they can have more time and so on . When that
happens I subtract time so they know now not to ask. Moms and dads
we have to stay diligent in our kids lives. Keeping them to living.

It sure can be a hard job.


Warm Blessings,

Nikki
 

Monday, February 24, 2014

KinderBach- Review





It's Music to my ears ! I have been an early childhood educator for
the last 19 years. (wow 19 years)  Working with kids in preschool
education has been so much fun. It is secretly my favorite age. Music
and movement at this stage of the game is so vital to a young child's
education. There is so much that little ones can take away from music.
It is with great pleasure that I introduce to you KinderBach .



Kinderbach Review


This is my very first review for this year with the Schoolhouse Review Crew.
I am hoping that 2014 will be as much fun as my reviews in 2013.  As  a
reviewer I can go in and choose products I am interested in trying out. If I
am chosen for that particular review then I will receive the product to try with
my kids for about 6 weeks, With that being said let me tell you about KinderBach. 

I received the Online membership to KinderBach and the Teacher Corner
for a six month time period. This is a $130. value for one year but for a limited
time you can receive a one year membership for $98.88. That would come to
$7. 99 per month. This includes web entrance into KinderBach using your
Ipad, Kindle Fire, Computer, Android tablet or Nook.  I also could use the
Pdf  activity pages, audio mp3's, Teacher Corner for levels 1-6 , Download
coloring pages, song books and story books.  Lessons are for children
four years old to about seven years old. Although younger and slightly older
may enjoy them as well.

You can learn more about this memberships at the link I've provided.
The KinderBach Online Piano Lesson Membership and Teacher Corner

 
Kinderbach Review


In the teacher Corner you can Download the lesson plans and activity
books for Level 1-6. Levels 1-3 are ready to teach and Level 4-6 are
in the process of being ready. Each week has 10 weeks of lessons.
Three levels can be completed in one school year.  All the Pdf's are
available for download onto you computer this includes lesson books,
teachers aid book's, Audio Mp3's ,student book, goal book and certificates.
If you are a family receiving the membership you can use all material for
the members of your family . If you are working in a group setting
you will need to purchase the student book for each individual child
using the material. Each link provided you simply click and download
with the exception of the mp3 files which you would have to download
individually for each song that you wanted to save to your files.



Lesson Plan Book-  The lesson book provides you with the planning
 done for you. Each activity tells you what extra supply you might need
or where you would find it in the other guides. I put  my daily plans on a
clipboard each week. What I would do was print out that weeks lessons and
attach it to my clipboard. You could print out the entire book and bind it or
you would use it from the computer screen. I found  that this was a page I
needed to print out but I did use other pages on the screen.


Teacher aid Book-  Provides you with color guides and posters that you
can use in your classroom. It is suggested that you print these out
and laminate them as you will use them often. At the moment
I didn't financially have the ability to print them all out and laminate
them. I have been using the photos from the pdf. Now this isn't ideal
sometimes the photos are on their side. I would strongly suggest printing
them out . As soon as I can I am going to print them and laminate them.
Then put them in a three ring binder for easy use.

 
Audio Mp3- As I mentioned above when you click the link
you are brought to a page that lists all the songs you need. You
can click them and use them from the page or you can download them
to your computer. Typically what I do before the lesson is load the list
page and as I want to use one of the songs I click on that particular one.
I liked  that the  many of the songs were songs I had sung when I
was young. I often see  in the preschool environment steering away
from some of these old tunes and I loved that about this curriculum.

Student book- The student book provides you with printable pages
that your child can interact with to help them remember the material.
You can print out the entire book and have your children work through it as
reinforcement of the lesson. What I have been doing is printing out the
pages that I need and then storing them in personalized folders. That way
if we decided not to do a particular activity we don't have wasted printed
pages that we aren't going to use. However most of the time the kids opt
to do them over not doing the color pages.

 
 


You also will be able to download the Storybook's, Coloring Books
Alternate Song Books and MP3's. The Extra song books are for those
children that would like to be able to play songs that they know in their
everyday lives , Christmas songs, Patriotic songs, Hymns and Nursery
Rhymes. Things the kids  readily relate to.


As the teacher you will also have access to the Learning Center.
In the learning center you will find videos for each lesson. You
can use these lessons to teach for you and view them with your child.
This is a feature I took advantage of often. I have some musical background
but often find it difficult to teach. The children were engaged in the videos
and often times we would then try the activity again without the video using
the music alone.  Another way they can be used is you the teacher to view
them and use them as ideas for teaching to your children or group.
Below is an example of what the screen might look like in Learning Center.


Kinderbach Review



Addition Supplies you will need:
A good quality printer is probably a bonus with this particular curriculum.
It might also be good if you have access to a laminator  or to color printing.
I like to use my local Staples store for color printing, laminating and book
binding.  You will want to have a keyboard or piano. We happen to
have both. The curriculum provides a black and white of the piano keys
that you can print and put onto cardstock or board for your kids to pretend
on . As always though they should be able to touch the real thing. You also
might want to have  rhythm sticks or other kids sized instruments that
they can use to find the  beat. I usually also keep scarves in our music box
so the kids can dance to the music with their scarves.  You also will
want to have a program on your computer that allows you to listen
to MP3 Files. You may also need glue and crayons. I like
to keep a music box as I mentioned. This way when we are ready
to complete lessons. It is all together in one place.  It has made
doing the lessons a lot easier.




How We Used the Program


Mom's Planning - There really is virtually no planning involved.
I printed out the lesson page for each day that we worked. I would use
that to see what else we would need. I'd print out their student pages needed
and put them in their folders. Then for our music time I'd bring up the MP3
list and the vidoes in two different tabs so I could alternate between the two.
Their folders, instruments, crayons and glue were already stored in the music
box. This way made it really easy for me to implement the lessons. At first
it took some flipping around of pages to figure out but after doing two lessons
I had a way figured out that worked best for me. There is an intensive amount
of material for your use in learning keyboarding.


The lesson guide is very good at telling what exact page you will be using,
what song to play or what video to watch. It even tells you which activities
you are doing standing up or sitting down. I liked this since I have a son
who is very active. Speaking of my son I used this curriculum with him he
just turned 8 ( Spirit) and my daughter (Sweet Pea) age 4. I had originally
planned to move Spirit to his lesson ability but the two of them were having
such a fun time with it that I thought I'd just leave them together. Plus it
gives him practice in being the big brother and helping along his little sister.


We were able to complete level one which introduces the kids to the keys
of the keyboard. They began learning to recognize the two black keys and
the cluster of 3 keys. Our pictures below represent the story for the two keys.
Children will hear the  story of Dodi's house. Dodi is a donkey who
lives between the two keys. I was really surprised how easily my four
year old picked up on things. In our next lesson she easily found the keys
on her cardboard keyboard. The three keys are represented by
three trains. I was able to download the stories and read them to them or
I could use the video option. We used both. I played the video while they
colored the second time through. Kids will also learn High, low sounds,
quarter notes, half notes, keeping to the beat and walking to the beat.
The lessons use adorable characters that the children can relate to like
Dodi the Donkey. These characters also help them to retain the new
knowledge they have just gained.





Another thing we did is begin preparing them for which fingers they
would begin with when using the keyboard. There is an adorable little
piano song that sings about the first three fingers- thumb, pointer and
middle finger. I love how this gets them ready for positioning their
fingers on the real thing. We had a good time with it as you can see.





As I mentioned before the kids had plenty of time to get up and get moving.
Here they are practicing finding the beat with the song Twinkle Twinkle
Little Star. Kids always love using various instruments. You could also use
a drum or a cymbals and achieve the same purpose.


*Also pictured below is Sweet pea showing you where Dodi's
house is located on her keyboard.



Another action activity the kids loved was this one where the children
listened to  music and decided if the note was high or low. If
it was high they were to stand up tall and if it was low they were to go
low to the ground.  The bottom right photo shows them being serious
at the start but by the end  (the top right photo) they  we were
all smiles and giggles. This is what you want out of music. Lots of
smiles from our young children. Shhh we even did this one in our PJ's .






I personally liked using the Videos . I used them as the guide. 
Meaning that I used them for the child to view and not for me to view
and then teach . Although there were times I did both. I would
preview the video and teach the activity . Then play the video doing it
again with it . By this time the children were pretty good at whatever
the task might be for that lesson. What I liked most is that I didn't have
to figure out what was going on with the lesson on my own.
The videos are fairly short in content. There are times I'd have to stop
and do something else and then replay it again. The children enjoyed
them intermixed with in the other activity lessons.

I could take the lesson and complete it at the pace that was appropriate
for my children. We worked slower so my 4 year old could keep up
with the activities.


What I enjoyed Most:

* Clear direction and clear lesson plans.
* Movement of the activities
* Simplicity very easy for young children to understand
* Many of the tunes I grew up with when I was little
*My preschool was really learning Music
* The BIGGEST THING  the kids loved it!!



Things might have worked better if...

* I think I would liked it better if I could download the MP3's
in one file. It makes it sort of time consuming to download each
individual song as there are a number of them through the 1-3 levels.
It might be nice to load it as an entire file and be able to click the
songs within that file . Instead of each individually.

* I also would like the option to be able to buy the teacher aid items
already printed and laminated for me. I wouldn't mind paying the
expense to have it already done.



Overall we thought that KinderBach was a blast. The Kid's loved
it and asked over and over if we can do KinderBach lessons.
When Kids ask to learn then it is a keeper to me. If I went to teaching
preschool again I would surely recommend it to our director. If you are
interested in KinderBach you can connect with them through
one of these avenues....


Website: www.kinderbach.com
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/kinderbach
Facebook for Teachers:  www.facebook.com/classroomkinderbach
Twitter: @KinderBach
Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/KinderBach/
YouTube: KinderBach Preschool Piano



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Warm Blessings,

Nikki
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Friday, February 21, 2014

Food, Books, and Snow (Again)




The Pebble Pond


1.  I've been on my clean eating diet now for 1 month and
feeling absolutely grand. However I have been looking into Trim
Healthy Mama's and think I might like to give some of their recipes
a whirl. Any of you use it?

2. Each week on Friday I work on creating a menu plan. It has
been great in keeping me from cheating and buying foods we don't need.
I really want to find away to manage my new recipes.


3. This week Spirit read the book Sam the Minuteman and absolutely
loved it. He read it while walking around the dining room. All
while I was making dinner. He did an amazing job reading  and
even had some voice changes.

4. My weeks feel really long lately because Daddy has been
working overtime. It makes me feel like the weekend never comes
because I'm always handling everything myself.

5. We can almost see the grass now since the snow is starting
to melt. It's all a big mush of mushy snow out there. Unfortunately
they are calling for another artic blast next week. Sigh...



Warm Blessings,

Nikki
Thursday, February 20, 2014

Triptych

This week we studied the Art from Cathedrals during the
Middle ages. It fell right in line with our history lesson. Most
Cathedrals had stained glass windows for their art so typically
they don't have wall paintings but they do have Triptych's which
are usually sitting at the alter in the Cathedral.


We looked at many pictures of different Triptychs our favorite
being the one of Jesus' Birth. You can find it Here. There are several
similar as well. Just go and google Triptych and then click images.
You will find many.

Using what we learned about Tryptychs I encouraged the children to
Create one using a story they knew well. Both children choose the
Story of the Three Bears.







This is Spirits (8). He shows in the middle the house and if you peek
in the door you can see the table set for the bears. To the right
you see the table up close and to the  left you find the chairs and
the beds of the bears.









This is Sweet Pea's (4) she did the bears too. You can see the
baby bear there in the middle and her attempt at chairs toward
the top .








We would love to have you share your child's art with us.
The inspiration to create!!

You are welcome to join us with the Virtual Refrigerator and
link up below .



 

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Warm Blessings,

Nikki

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

I love....


I love telling the people in my life that I love them and so I really do
love Valentines day. Not the commercial part but the lovey I love you part.
 This year I gave each of them a little treat and we spent time making heart Pizzas.


I love that this morning my daughter woke me rubbing my hair and
she says "Mommy are you ok. " I had over slept you see.





I love that the sky is blue today and not the white snowy look.


I love that Daddy set up the toy train so the little ones can play. This
might mean school will go well for the older children because the little
ones have something to occupy their time.

I love that my son (spirit) reads his math story problems in a scary voice as if
there is some great anticipation as to what the answer might become.





I love that I got on the scales this morning and lost 8 more lbs. I had
been avoiding the darn thing because we have a love hate relationship.


I love that when I'm feeling down superboy has a way of making  me smile.


I love that Spirit loves reading books about the revolutionary war.






I love that my oldest daughter heart called me yesterday morning to
tell me her wedding gown was in and she has sometime now to get it altered.


I love that her fiancé and her are getting a new apartment with better parking.


I love that Princess and I are going to a college seminar tonight.






I love that my bible reading this morning was like God was
talking right to me . Like we were having a secret conversation.


I love that the little ones and I are having such a great time with Kinderbach.







I love the big green cup my aunt got me from Starbucks. I fill that with
water and it stays nice and cold for hours. I don't even drink Starbucks.


I love all the giggles and smiles from making pizza and I love that Princess'
pizza is round.






I love that all of you come hear and read about our little lives . I
really love my blog and enjoy writing.


Warm Blessings to all of you...

What do you Love.


Nikki
 

Friday, February 14, 2014

Random 5- More Snow

The Pebble Pond



1. I'm still working hard on my eating plan. For a bit I got off track
with being sick . Daddy was making food from a can and not feeling well,
I ate it. So happily starting to eat well again and feeling better.



2. This is my favorite Breakfast... Vanilla Yogurt, granola, and
blackberries. I often change the fruit to blueberries or apples. 








3. This week we had snow and then it stopped and then it snowed
and then it stopped and guess what right now It's snowing again. 







4. The kids made a new snowman because the old one melted some
and fell apart with an ice storm we had. I love this guy he has
character. 








You can see to the right part of the other guy that doesn't
quite look like a snowman anymore.









5. If you can't beat the snow join it. ha ha...

The boys made now forts and had a little now ball battle. 











For Spirit it was all about the building. He has some extra made balls in
the bucket he is holding . 





Superboy was all about rolling the biggest ball and using it
as his fort. He was more about the throwing. 








Sweet Pea was all about helping everyone get ready.
She helped Spirit until she realized that perhaps her little brother
wasn't as great at protecting her from the snow as her big brother.
Then she was all about helping her big brother.



Hopefully the next week we will have less snow.


Warm Blessings,

Nikki
Thursday, February 13, 2014

Virtual Fridge - Heart Art


Happy Valentines Day to everyone !!!


This week  we made some HEART ART. I drew a heart for the little
ones and their job was to fill it with collage material. I truly envisioned
something else. I saw them following the outside of the heart and working
their way in but that isn't what they saw and that is completely ok. It's about
the PROCESS and not the PRODUCT.

They found these little wiggle eyes in the collage material and suddenly
I was seeing little faces.



This is my sons age 8 (Spirit)






This one is my daughters Age 4. It's interesting to see what they decided
to use and do. I see Sweet pea began following the line of the heart but
soon decided to go a different way.






With it being the month of Love I thought it might be fun to
teach the young ones how to make hearts out of construction paper.

Here Spirit is folding his paper in half.








Sweet Pea is concentrating on her cutting skills.









Spirit drew his hearts and cut them out on his own.








I helped Sweet Pea draw hers but she cut them herself.
Incidentally she has been able to use a scissors at a pretty young
age. I allowed her to explore that and now she cuts amazingly.







Both of the children figured out that their heart scrap paper
made some neat art too...







Course my older son had to show them his creation.
The little ones were in Awe...








Now he's just showing off.






After cutting out hearts the decided to create another art
project and add some glitter. I had nothing to do with this one.




 

Beautiful Heart ART.



We would love to have you share your child's art with us.
The inspiration to create!!

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Warm Blessings,

Nikki


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