Sunday, 27 April 2014

They marched

Hi friends!

I feel as if I have neglected this little blog of late but I have been busy enjoying the holidays and catching up on some reading.  So I thought I would pop in with a bit of a catch up post, here is what I have been up to.


This is my very proud children with their Dad at the Anzac Day ceremony and march.  We were in a little town outside of Hobart, my husband's unit travels to some of the smaller towns that may not have military members.  It was a beautiful day weather wise and the ceremony was conducted wonderfully.  This was also the first time my Mother in law got to see her son march as we don't usually live near enough to family for them to attend, so it was a very special day for our family.

What else have I been doing?  Reading, reading, reading.  I save up all my reading for the holidays that way I won't get interrupted with life and school getting in the way of a good book.

I have also carved out some time for working on TpT and have gotten a companion pack to my Alphabet Robots  up and running, it is matching numbers to number names to 20 and is called Number Robots to 20. (such a creative title!)  I have also bundled them so you can get both at a discounted price.



I still have a week left before I head back to school and will be doing LOTS of things with the kids, swimming, bushwalking, shopping and a quick trip away.  Oh and then I might fit in some planning.....maybe


3 comments:

  1. Isn't it great to relax on the holidays!! I never get to finish any novels during teaching terms! This holiday, been too busy though. Enjoy it and lucky you because we go back this week! :)

    Yara
    www.yarasseaofknowledge.blogspot.com.au

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  2. I read 5 books on the holidays and it felt like a very luxurious treat! I'm determined to spend a few minutes reading each night even though I'm now back at school. :)

    Lauren
    Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

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  3. Love your new Alphabet Robots Tania. I especially love the clip it activity. It sounds like you all had a wonderful ANZAC Day. Your MIL must have had the biggest smile all day. Emma :)

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