Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Our Family Science Project

You can see that in the picture above the tail of this frog has not yet been absorbed. It still has a way to go. We now have 4 frogs on the beach and 5 still in the water. 3 of the 5 in the water now have both arms and legs, so it is just a matter of time before they will be up on the beach as well.

We all got excited this morning when this little guy made his way to the top of this leaf.  So exciting to watch! You may have noticed that the tail on this one has been absorbed, so it's just about time to let it go. 


  1. I love your blog! I always get the best ideas for family crafts and activities from it. You have this hand-on learning approach that totally works for our family. By the way, we are doing the "sin crown" you had on here awhile back. Doing it from Palm Sunday to Saturday instead of all of Lent but still getting the lesson in there. Hannah has been ALL about naming her sin and sticking the toothpick in. It also has helped her recognize other peoples sin and how it pertains to her as well. Keep posting girl. The Millers are learning from the Hollands!

  2. Now this is a science project that would hold everyone's interest! Thanks for sharing so we can be in on the fun! Go froggies go!