Nov 13, 2009

Toys from the Attic

As we cleaned out the attic to make another bedroom for our ever growing brood...we came across a large box of Fisherprice toys.
What a fun way to spend part of our homeschooling day.
*My class* set up the little school house and began playing school. As you can see it is a pretty good size homeschool class!
















One of the greatest things about homeschooling is that you get to choose how you want to learn on any given day. Sometimes play is the best learning tool, regardless of age.
Have you made time to play lately?

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ohh I love those little people we had the same ones growing up.

Pastoor Family said...

Kimmie,
I'm sorry but I didn't get your email. I'm wondering what email address you used? Our email is:
pastoorfam@comcast.net
I very much look forward to being able to talk this out with you!

Wendy

mom said...

Ohhhh, those look very familiar! In fact, they've never been put away in our house and are still being played with when the grandchildren come to visit :-)

Have fun!

Blessings,
Tammy ~@~

Kathy C. said...

What a fun thing to find. With moving with the military we cleaned out with each move. Now I wish we had more of that stuff left but we really don't have much storage room.

Shawnstribe said...

i love your family, your ethos, your love
xxx
s

Jenny said...

I talked to my husband and we want to send you a check for Princess Sweetness...and another one when we get our tax refund (if you're still short). Can you e-mail me you address or let me know how I can get it to you???

Thanks!

Stacy said...

Yes! We spontaneously took off the last two days and just played!

Love that about homeschooling! :)

Cute pictures, Kimmie!

I like you!

Renata said...

I know a couple of people here who would love to join in that game! Ellie just adores playing "school" as well!

MarshaMarshaMarsha said...

toys from the attic is almost like Christmas! how fun!!! my boys think the attic is a magical and sometimes slightly scary place to be.

Toni said...

Those are timeless. I remember playing with those little people!

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