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The Dad Hatter
Hearing Them Learn
The joys of listening to my children explore the world of music.
He doesn’t play or build quietly, but his very loud results are fascinating.
He’s fascinated by space and recently watched The Farthest, a new documentary about the Voyager space probes, and then he decided to build one of them out of LEGO bricks. I think he did a great job.
She was grumpy and did not want to be there, but she made it through. Unfortunately she’s going to have to get used to it.
They’ve decided to design and build their own restaurant in Minecraft, called The Fresh Fish.
They’re consulting a Junior Rangers map while looking at down at the landscape below them.
Construction on The Fresh Fish is going well. The dining room is nearly complete, as is the takeout counter.
New paper, pencils, and drawing books can make for a great afternoon.
The Unschooled Lens – Week 36
Giving old childhood toys to your kids can be a whole lot of fun of everyone involved. The kids love my old collection of Micro Machines.
Sometimes my bread doesn’t emerge from the oven looking very good. Today it did!
A asked N to teach him how to make scrambled eggs. They both took the impromptu lesson very seriously, and the eggs turned out nice,
Programming has interested them for a long time and they’ve tried various apps to learn more about it. Bitsbox is becoming quite a hit, as they can write and customize their own apps.
They decided to rebuild one of her old sets together, and required a snack of Cheetos to sustain them as they worked.
Sometimes the best art projects are the really big ones.
We made blueberry muffins this morning and she was an excellent assistant. She even got to make some without blueberries, just the way she likes them.
The Unschooled Lens – Week 10
The Unschooled Lens