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
Amy I simply adore these owls. They'll really stand out and attract some chatter and love. Ace!!
Bev, you have found some really unusual, fun appliques for your lovely squares and I love your beautifully neat numbers :))
My goodness, aren't these two snappy squares. The children will love the appliques...I can hardly wait to see what is coming for 5 and 6.
I agree with Chris, your numbers are super.
Fabulous ideas + super colours!
These are fantastic colorful squares, Bev. Love the robots!! Thanks for these beauties.
Another colorful striped pair of hand-warmers inspired by the flag of India to keep little hand warm.
In the national flag of India the top band is of Saffron color, indicating the strength and courage of the country. The white middle band indicates peace and truth The last band is green shows the growth and auspiciousness of the land.
Another winner Diana. Your colors are spot on for each flag.....means you have a great stash. I can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Winner, winner, Diana!!!! Your ribbing is ALWAYS so neat. :))
Thank you for the information re the flags. I have a new appreciation for their stripes/colours, now I know the meaning behind them.
Thanks, Amy and Bev.
Well, next it'll be very much of the same, Amy, I'm afraid. A pair of colorful striped (horizontal) hand-warmers resembling somehow to a flag of a particular country.
No need for apologies Diana, the design is simple, and, what counts more is the love that goes into them!