We walked to the park up the street from our house...where they drummed, played on play structures, ran around, played catch with their grandpa...and just had some good outdoor time.
Back at the house they got artsy!
They called it being at "Grandma's Craft Camp!"
My grand daughter drew with nice waxy colored pencils and my grand son sewed on my machine, as I supervised.
Isn't this a lovely design he made from fabric scraps and red thread!
We were told that they had to read 30 minutes each day. They chose to do it in the hammock on day one!
I had fun drawing them.
My grand son and I both agreed this did not look much like him. He really didn't want to sit still long and so I got the dimensions of his face all wrong. But I think I got his Red Sox T-shirt just right!
And Henry? Well, poor Henry was simply miserable the whole time they were here. He hid in his spot in the front yard under lots of brush, only coming into the house late at night after the kids were fast asleep. And then asked to be let out again. Luckily it was warm enough to stay out all night. Because he did for three nights. The kids would be gentle with him if he'd give them half a chance.
By day three he almost did, but thought better of it. Oh well, he's back to normal now.
Sunday Sketchers. You can get there by the icon on my side bar to see what others did for today. Have a good week!