As has become customary with our bigger topics it is time for another resource page… We lucked out with a coupon at the time but you can purchase the lapbook we are using with Live and Learn Press HERE. “It Takes Someone Special to Be a Dad” Live and Learn Folder. Our secondary printable resource was from HomeschoolNotebooking.com, though it was a gift from a friend a year or 3 back. You can find their site HERE. Our file was called Father’s Day Notebooking Pages.
I love it when a unit is done on time. The kids even sang their song to Ken on Father’s Day. Though with our issues of posting our vids on youTube that may be a belated post.
Anyway, Father’s Day is COMPLETED! And what an almost origami project of a lapbook. You can find our resource blog HERE.
Topped off with diploma
We are loving our single lapbooks for the family, they end up HUGE and full of cooperation and family learning!!We had some lovely penguin images come in the mail from Gammie… so of course we had to stop everything and paste them into our Penguin Lapbook. Oh and then look through it again… lions are our next animal by the way.
Perfect Penguin Pictures
There was one more book to read that tied into Father’s Day…
Daddy drew the front picture on this one!
And a beauty parlour to run.
Emanuel has the most patience on this one
Gavin had a book completion! His first picture journal DONE!Emanuel had to show off his sidewalk art elephant…And get his hands dirty with another dino dig day…
With a different help the next day
Miss Echo had a baby who needed some fresh air.We even squeezed in a family walk.Now Tuesday was a bit of a throw up in the air day with Sean having come for a relatively unexpected visit. That meant in the morning Ken and I had to head off and pick him up, stop in and see Bree (fancy coffee!), and go out for a nice lunch. The kids were over the moon!!
It was time to enjoy the sunshine… as infrequent as it has been.
Echo’s day as a biker chick!
AND the kids made a rather mature decision. They gave up a year of birthday presents from Nana and Baba for a rather extensive wooden playset NOW. That meant that Ken and Sean had to drag out the trailer and get the wood off and into the garage for sorting.So a completion AND a visitor. Quite the beginning of a week!