Our eyes are such an important piece of who we are. Today we continued to look at our identity through our facial exploration.
We read the book by Dr Suess called “ Our eyes”.
We looked in the mirror to see what color our eyes are.
We graphed our eye color. Interesting that I didn’t have black as an option but two of our kids said black. They are so dark brown that one might think it’s black.
When you look at our graph you really can’t tell much about it. I asked the kids to try and write their name. After we were finished it was hard to tell how many we had of each. 🥺. I have no worries. Allowing them to feel successful is more important than a simple math concept or comparing.
Outside today was fun. We had our visitor here from NWACC. She had the energy of a 20 year old and played soccer with the kids . They loved it.
The kids also discovered what happens after a good rain. The RAIN BARREL IS FULL. So many fun explorations with the water.
Then this happened !
Brilliant, right ? Think of the problem solving that had to happen to figure out how to hold the tube up to the spout and get the water to flow the right direction. I even heard Avery say “ it’s going the wrong direction!” Smart kiddos.