LeapFrog Summer Camp is well underway in our house…even if we haven’t quite finished school and the weather hasn’t quite warmed up. While I am getting paid to write this post, I want you to know I always blog honestly about products…I don’t get any incentives or rewards for “liking” the product. And I only choose to review products that I would consider using or buying.
That said, LeapFrog Summer Camp is an awesome collection of fun summertime learning activities. I love being able to pick and choose…I only do what sounds appealing and I do it when it fits into our schedule.
Along with some awesome puzzles and games (which wouldn’t be any fun to photograph), my little ones have been busy exploring God’s creation around here. I have nearly a dozen mason jars with caterpillars and/or cocoons lined up on my dining room counter right now.
Our property has been practically crawling with caterpillars this year. I’ve never seen so many before. And let me tell you, I was shocked to see the caterpillars actually spinning cocoons and eating the pounds of leaves my children are bringing in…it never seemed to work when I was a kid…At any rate, I’ll update you when our moths appear!
Along with collecting caterpillars, Enoch helped Avi and Tucker build cool little bird houses out of milk cartons.
He did the cutting for them, then showed them how to wrap the outside in yarn for a colorful and biodegradable covering.
I love the way it looks hanging in our front yard.
And best of all, I love not having to think of these ideas myself. Because I’m still sleep-deprived and Apollo still hates me to sit at the computer (he’s napping right now). After his one night of sleeping through, we had two terrible nights…then last night he slept from 10-6…I am praying, praying, praying that now that he can breathe and he’s not slowly starving his body will learn to sleep.
Cause I really need some.