A little inspiration can go a long way. It was a delight to watch our homeschooled children set about their history projects last week. Each one completed a quality written piece as well as a model/drawing.
Miss N's constructed a Leaning Tower of Pisa (Master T working on his model in the background).
I loved Miss V's coffin inside her opening pyramid.
Miss G wrote a more detailed project to accompany her sketch of the Tower of London.
|The front balcony of Buckingham Palace by Master T|
I wasn't surprised that Miss O baked a cake for her model. She took the opportunity to try a new recipe, one for white cake which used no egg yolks.
Another star was also completed.....
...as well as a pile of "bricks" for further construction. Well, Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither is my hand sewn quilt. A quick trip to a local fabric shop allowed me to buy a little more of the fabric which was the starting point for last week's project work - it holds greater meaning for me now!
Sharing at WIP Wednesday, In Hand EPP.