We went to the book shop and he found something he’s really excited about.
A candid portrait of our youngest.
This is how he swings, and he loves it.
They were having a great time with a chess tactics book this morning.
They had a great time playing Jenga together today.
He’s a goofy guy, and loves to make people laugh. He’s pretty cool.
This is how they spent a break between rounds at their chess tournament.
Week 49 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.
Live animals are still the true purpose of visiting the zoo, but a temporary exhibit of animatronic Dinos is a lot of fun.
Knitters gonna knit!
Well, maybe not a master yet, but he is very good at puzzles. More importantly, he has a lot of fun working on them.
It’s nice to take some time off. So the day before my birthday I did just that, and among other things spent time in the Vikings exhibit at DMNS.
A cloudy sunset over Boulder valley.
We had a LOT of fun at the pool this morning.
Week 29 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.
Watching some Robots in Disguise. They like robots.
Most of the kids were having a lot of fun with sand on this particular visit.
He loves building spaceships and weapons, but gets quite frustrated when the DUPLO blocks don’t do what he wants them to.
The younger kids have been playing with weapons a lot lately. They think that they’re very fierce.
Branching out from her usual artistic expression – posters cover huge expanses of her wall – she decided to start a paper garden. This is just the initial morning’s planting – it’s become more elaborate since.
The toddler didn’t want to be left out of the reading time, so she brought her own book along.
He concetrates very hard, even when it’s a puzzle he’s built many times in the past.
Week 14 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.
Hes just recently moved up from DUPLO to LEGO system bricks and absolutely loves them.
We’ve been formulating the list of books we want to read together this year. So today we got out some big stacks of books and read a lot of synopsis’ to refine our list. They’ve got awesome taste in literature, if I do say so myself.
Puzzles are his true love right now. A new big floor puzzle is always a time for fun and excitement, even after his toddler sister managed to pour a bottle of Vanilla extract all over it.
More chess. Deliberating carefully before deciding whether to move the pawn one or two squares.
They love eating bread, and these days they love making it too.
Fridays are chess club day, and they love arriving early to help set up chess sets and displays.
Complicated coloring books are always fun.
Week 3 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.