It’s sunshiny outside and passably warm meaning warm enough that I don’t mind dragging my crew outside to play. Yet, there is a part of me that wishes for something cold, wet, and squishy… you know…snow! I’ve been discussing our lack of snow lately and how we are compensating on Instagram but it just isn’t the same. I’ll not complain anymore as there probably are far more people than the four of us that are particularly glad that it hasn’t snowed yet this year. Instead I will play in my sand and keep my mouth shut, mainly because if I don’t my three year old will try to force me to eat sand cookies. Yum.
Because I have thought about cold and snow quite a bit this week, I have decided to work with the theme COLD. It’s a broad theme that covers quite a bit of territory. Such as cold weather animals, ice experiments, temperature testing, cold weather activities…even without snow we can have fun. I also have a special activity coming up soon that involves not having snow. Actually, I have several things planned for this week, which is odd because usually I’m not sure what I’m going to be doing the next day let alone a whole week planned. From interesting books to our very first ever guest poster, it’s going to be a full week. Stay tuned as we explore the cold, watch for snow, and learn about some new people who love to read as much as we do!
Up first is this penguin family color page. My son loves penguins and most of the things I do are based on what I know they would enjoy. This coloring page is no different. I drew this with him in mind because I know that he will enjoy coloring it all different colors.
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