I need a holiday to get over the holidays

Plan, plan, plan

Well I had a wonderfully busy school holiday away from home taking Master Bulldust14 to a training block on campus for the Cert III he is studying.  Our second week was away again with all the Master Bulldust's at a fabulous camp for bush kids.
Prep Wall

Our Prep Wall - Planner is on the left.

So I have not been home, I am behind on next years planning and my usual want to tackle the Tupperware cupboard now looks like it will be on hold for another nine weeks. Every term I like to have a terms plan where I can mark off holidays even if it is our own making.  You can't beat our once a year dress up for Melbourne Cup at our closest beer garden only about 150km away on a dirt and very corrugated road - ironically I don't drink.  I am mad enough on a cup of tea let alone alcohol. So I thought I would share my 10 week planner that is now only four days late if you want to use it.
Planner

Planner

Our Unorganised Life - Organised

A peak at our week

As it is been a month since my last post I here are a few things we have been up too.
Hand raising a baby peach face.

Hand raising a baby peach face.

Master Bulldust14 is hand raising two peach faces.  He has studied 'trolled' the internet for hours and spoke to many pet shop staff to hatch his plan of hand raising then selling his baby peach faces.
Floating Eggs

Floating Eggs

In science this week we have looked at how salt water has a different density with Master Bulldust5 and Master Bulldust3.
Floating Ships

Floating Ships

This led to a discussion on how ships on the ocean float and then we looked at buoyancy and design.  Lots of great thinking here and even Master Bulldust14 and Master Bulldust13 had questions on this.  I think maybe the older boys might have wanted to make the boats as well- next time.
Sour things

Sour things

We also looked at 'sour things' today which deserves to get a post of its own, so stay tuned for our simple sour things investigation. Until next time. . . Cheers Mrs Bindi

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3 Responses

  1. cuckoo says:

    Hey! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a team of volunteers
    and starting a new project in a community in the same niche.
    Your blog provided us useful information to work on. You have done a marvellous job!

  2. Kylie says:

    Seems like a fair amount of dedication is required to hand raise those little babies. Good on him! I’m curious as to what Cert III your son doing?

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