In every job that must be done, there’s an element of fun ~ Mary Poppins
The first 2 weeks of July saw us on Winter break. Noo was home on school holidays so we took a break from lessons too.
This is by far the most amusingly cute and adorable story we have read to date. OMGsh, its so adorable and the kidlets love it. Koko has read it aloud numerous times and has a good giggle at the end (with a few LOL’s inbetween). I highly recommend it for little ones!
My kids just loved the penguin craft we did. It was a lovely winters day too, so they got to spend some extra time outside enjoying the warm weather. Gotto love Africa! For directions on how to make this craft, see the resources section below.
Penguin lunch (see the “How to” post HERE)
Penguin by Polly Dunbar ~ Monsters Ed Amazon Affiliate Store and Kalahari (South Africa)
Shoe Print Penguin Craft: Monsters Ed
Emergent Reader Mini-Book: Penguin Party ~ Preschool Powol Packets
The Ocean Pack ~ 2 Teaching Mommies
Mr. Popper’s Penguins Unit and Lapbook Printables ~ Homeschool Share
Playful Penguins File Folder Game ~ Kathy Hutto
Penguin Sight Words ~ Kathy Hutto
Penguin Puzzles ~ Alphabet, Colors, Numbers, and Shapes ~ Angela Bergman
Penguin Printables ~ Free Clipart
Be sure to keep an eye out for our August post all about our fun with Traditional Tales for Girls. I can’t find this book online, but there is something similar called Favourite Fairy Tales for Girls available at Amazon and Kalahari (South Africa).