Monday, April 11, 2011

stay-at-home school holiday ideas

His father (the patient parent) made this
 postman's playset with him
So school holidays for me mean - kids read as many books as they like at the breakfast table, kids empty out the recycling bin looking for craft materials, ride their bikes at the park, watch too much TV, no rushing to music lessons/training/school (ahh bliss), eat constantly and fight quite a lot (isn't that all part of their social development or something like that?!).

However, some people are much more creative than me so I'm sharing a link to a post that gives a marvellous list of ideas to get your creative juices flowing.  (This is a great blog by the way - lots of ideas about books and literacy - really worth following if you're interested in kids and reading).

http://trevorcairney.blogspot.com/2011/04/15-simple-stay-at-home-holiday.html

Happy holidays!

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