Our homeschooling group hosts a history fair every year and I love it.
I love talking to kids who are excited with what they’re learning about.
I love seeing the handiwork of little hands.
(Those are Mr. T’s hands and planets.)
A collection of Native American dwellings.
I love seeing the creativity of their displays.
This was a display on the history of spices. Look at how the seven-year-old creator worked in her love of fabric!
I love seeing kids chat with each other about what they’ve learned.
They had their Trip Through Time “passports” stamped or stickered at each exhibit.
I love seeing how proud they are of their work.
This shot gives a little perspective to the photos of Lulu’s kitchen from my last post.
And I absolutely love seeing thirteen-year-old boys try on tap shoes at a friend’s “History of Tap Dancing” display.
It was a wonderful day.
Postscript to my fabulous regular readers: The last two weeks have been ridiculously busy. Hence, few posts here, and even fewer visits to, and comments on your blogs. I’ll be catching up and making the rounds this week–I miss you.