February is always the month where spring starts to sound like a really good idea that is really far away. I love the winter though, and there is not quite enough snow and cold here anymore. Here is a tribute, then, to what can be done when homeschooling in the winter months, with or without the snow.
Remember the Elephant Toothpaste Experiment I told you about a week or so ago? Here is what it looked like in my driveway:
As soon as a fresh batch of snow came, we raced to the hills before it all melted:
The snowman was so heavy they could not lift the balls to stack them; so they put 3 arrows in and called him a casualty.
And when a visiting carpenter offers to allow a helper to learn his trade, what do you do? Call a halt to school and let it happen!
Well, some preferred to take advantage of the free day to finish a novel...
Jack Frost stays busy and I delight in the landscapes we find in the morning: