Do your thoughts drift as you look outside? Well, chances are -- our kids feel the same way, making it a little bit harder to concentrate.
I'm not suggesting that you abandon today's lessons -- just that you build in a small stretch of time to go outside for some fresh air. You'll love these two fun activities...
Fly paper airplanes...
I used a little book, The Fantastic Paper Airplane Book by Willowisp Press -- one of those slim, old books that I picked up at our state's curriculum fair, which showed us exactly how to create and fold paper planes. It was a fun thing to do because at the same time, we talked about historic airplanes.
Next idea: Fly a kite...
Of course, March is for kite flying! And who needs a book for that?
Venture outside today for some fresh air, sunshine and high-flying fun. Kids love to twirl around on windy days!
God bless you. Enjoy your family!