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He scrawled out a small list while his brothers carefully dissected a few blossoms in search of pistils and stamens.When they finished, my boys pulled those petals apart and started making little mosaics on the table while I read our poetry selection for the day.) The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Stewart The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Perilous Journey by Brenton Stewart The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden by Karina Glaser The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly Homer Price by Robert Mc Closkey All-Of-A-Kind Family by Sydney Taylor The Trumpet of the Swan by EB White Strawberry Girl by Lois Lenski The Moffats by Elanor Estes Five Children and It by E Nesbit The King of Golden River by John Ruskin : (A good portion of these were audiobooks while I cleaned out closets and folded laundry!
by Kathleen Zoehfield The Seaside Switch by Kathleen Kudlinkski The Seashore Book by Charlotte Zolotow Horseshoe Crabs and Shore birds by Victoria Crenson Hello Ocean by Pam Ryan A House For Hermit Crab by Eric Carle Beachcombing by Jim Arnosky Magic Beach by Allison Lester Seashore by Donald Silver Seashells, Crabs and Sea Stars by Cristianne Tibbits Biographies Solving the Puzzle Under the Sea by Robert Burleigh Shark Lady by Jess Keating Manfish by Jennifer Berne Ocean Adventures Crab Moon by Ruth Horowitz Flotsam by David Weisner Pagoo by Holling C Holling Night of the Moon Jellies by Mark Shasha A Day in the Salt Marsh by Kevin Kurtz A Day in the Deep by Kevin Kurtz The Sea, the Storm and the Mangrove Tangle by Lynn Cherry Gamma’s Walk. _______________________________________________________________________ Amazon affiliate links included. Below you will find our plan for the first quarter with details about each portion of our schedule, including our Morning Time selections and explanations for each part of our routine.All those hundreds of days working on “say please” and “say thank you” and “pick up your dishes and sweep under your chair” float around us like dandelion wishes while we talk and argue and laugh and tell stories. ” to requests for help with the dishes or sweeping because I spent years saying “yes!I ask the eldest to wipe down the table and he readily agrees. ” to chocolate chip cookies with tea and chalk comics on the sidewalk and dinosaurs in the bathtub for ten more minutes. All the bonding and relationship built through play in those early years have built something quite beautiful.That early start in finding beauty, embracing wonder and researching through play has stayed with them and grown them into ravenous explorers with an appetite for truth, beauty and goodness.
Morning time ushered in an hour of food and laughter and companionship built on years of “saying yes” to things like play and fun and character training.
You know if our hands are moving and building it out we’ll remember it more.” This made me laugh at first, then I stopped to think about our morning so far.