THE WONDER OF
L earning about everything in the world.
E nvironment, this includes the colors, sky,
weather, buildings and transportation.
A frica, let us embrace everything about Africa
and South Africa. Mandela Day is July 18.
R eading is the way we learn about the world.
Picture squares with words, the alphabet with
both capital and small letters.
N umbers and mathematics. We can embrace
numbers and geometric shapes.
I nternational. Let us showcase the different
country flags from around the globe.
N ature can explore animals, plants, bugs and
all the best that mother nature has to offer
G ames, children can learn so much by being
able to play sports, games, with puppets and
soft cuddly toys.
This July let us celebrate
The Wonder of Learning.
Here are some pictures from last year for inspiration.
Lets learn about geometry with this Pattern of the Month,
Circles, Triangles and Squares
The Wonder of Learning Photo Album
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Stunning stripes, Diana...interesting info on them. :))
I'll quiz everyone at the end of the month.
Interesting descriptions Diana for your lovely and warmers, but alas my memory lets me down!
Great hand-warmers Diana and I'm learning lots as well !
Thanks. It have been fun. I love flags. The best present my father ever gave me was an atlas. I have been traveling ever since. I hope the children could identify colors and count stripes as a start...
I had no idea that my favourite animal was the national animal of anywhere - thank you!
This flag is perfect for the mitts...... I did a square of it when we were using Africa as our theme.
Chris, words escape me on how perfect these squares are for this month's theme. I love how you take fabric pictures and turn them into appliques on your squares. Can hardly wait to see the blanket.
I have to admit I am very partial to the pig. Those faces just melt my heart.
Lots of learning in these squares.
Wow, Chris!!!! FAB squares. :)) I'm especially loving the donkey, the somewhat quizzical expression of the cow in the first set (I'm sure her name is Daisy) and Lassie (the dog) in the last set. You have been busy!!
Wonderful animals ...lots of learning with these squares !
Beautiful work, Christine. All the appliqués are delightful. Love the proud hen!!