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Since battling illness is the name of the game in this house lately, today I decided to switch things up for the lad.
“Do your reading and then we’ll work on a couple of your boxes okay?” says I.
“GREAT MOM” was the enthusiastic response. (good to have enthusiasm again) 🙂
Over the past year we’ve been working with kiwi crates, I decided to bump up the the tinker crates, and Light Up Planterium is the first one we received. Below you will see my son unpacking the box. It comes in the mail addressed to him.
My son had absolutely no problem following the instructions and figuring out where he wanted to go. He was able to easily look ahead and problem solve before reaching the next stage as needed.
HA!!! I made my first ever presentation, cool eh?
One thing I couldn’t figure out how to show you was how neat all those pin holes stars look against a dark ceiling. Just couldn’t get a good shot regardless of what I did with the camera.
But seriously, tinker crates are a great deal of fun and you can take the learning from them into so many different directions. Do them as is or put them into a small unit study. We’re studying astronomy this year so this box was an excellent fit. You can order individual crates from Kiwi Crates from what I recall, so give them a look see and figure out what you can use with your students. 🙂