Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Do Homeschoolers Have Snow Days?

Well, after four days straight of heavy snowfall we still don't have to worry about being able to make it downstairs.

Our "snow days" beckon us to the classroom outside though, to revel in the funny habits of the snowbird, study the snowflakes on brother's eyelashes or build Stonehenge out of frozen snow - which I think should count nicely as a History narration.

8 comments:

Chef Penny said...

I agree, it should count as narration. Have fun!

Jill said...

I love this! Just perfect!

Ruby said...

Loving your snowmen!
From hot, humid and very sunny Queensland.

Sarah said...

How beautiful...enjoy! xxx

Homeschoolmum4Christ said...

Hi Richele,
What a lovely classroom! I'm sure that our children would love to come and join you. :)
Blessings,
Jillian

Sue said...

Snow days? Of course! Snow is a fairly rare occasion for us, though. I love your snowmen. Japanese snowmen only have two balls, so I love to be a rebel and make ours with three. Some kids at our house are praying for enough snow to make one this year!

Jeanne said...

Has one of your snowmen no head then?

43°C predicted here tomorrow...

Karin Katherine said...

I so agree...so glad your children enjoyed their snow day!