Morning devotions, praise and worship songs, crafts, nature, art, snacks, sleeping bags, s’mores and more! Sound like summer camp to you? With a little bit of planning, you can host your very own summer family camp. Frugal and fun! It’s time to share our annual habit of Summer Camp at Home. In the past we followed themed days but this year I think we need
When my four-year old came walking into the room carrying my camera, my first instinct was to get onto him for playing with it and take it away. However, I was in a good mood that day and decided to let him take some pictures. He had so much fun running through the house taking pictures of everything and I mean everything! Let’s just say I am
Before the start of this school year I asked my older children what they’d like to learn more about. My eldest, then a rising eighth grader, said photography. Specifically digital photography. Hadn’t I just seen Amanda Bennett tweet about that same unit study being on sale? “I think a photography class should be a requirement in all educational programs because it makes you see the
While we were at the beach I got photos of each of the children with Hodgepodgedad. What fun he is! “Sometimes I do get to places just when God’s ready to have somebody click the shutter.” ~ Ansel Adams (from Eldest Girl’s Digital Photography study) I’d meant to do the same with me while we were at the seaside. But we were just having too
Eldest Girl and I have both enjoyed some photo fun this week. She joined the A B See Photo Meme at the Homeschool Post. It was fun to watch her get all excited scrolling through her photos and putting a letter of the alphabet with her favorites. We were pleased when her first entry, C is for Camera, was picked in this week’s top five!