Our weeks of formal learning are coming to a close for this school year. We have finished the last pages of math and are putting the art and history books back on the shelves. Little bottoms can barely stay in their seats long enough to finish a day's lesson before hopping up to go to their rooms to play dress-up or run outside to whoop and play.
The free hours of summer are breathing upon us, but the learning never ceases. We have already begun our annual caterpillar-raising project. (Having begun so early this year, I suspect we'll be raising several batches before summer's end.) Each year when I mention our buggy pets, I get comments from readers wishing to give it a go...next year. I thought that maybe a quick caterpillar-raising tutorial would inspire some to join us... this year!
Before I begin, let me emphasize that I am a curl-up-with-a-good-book-watching-nature-from-inside kind of girl so if I can do this, you can, too!
We would love to have other families join us in this journey. Be sure to let me know if you plan to give it a try!