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The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle

The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse is a deceptively simple book that, on first read, seems to be nothing more than a collection of boldly colourful animals purportedly painted by the boy in the book, who declares on the very first page: “I am an artist.”

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Butterflies are a symbol of beauty, light and life. Seeing them fly through my garden in spring always lifts my spirits and renews my faith in the universe; I think, if the butterflies are still here then we must be doing… 277 more words


Finally Decorating

Before Fiona was born I planned out what I wanted for her nursery. I made a pinterest board for inspiration and made most of the art for her room myself. 533 more words

I Wish I Could Be Myself...

I have always had a soft spot for Eric Carle books, and use them frequently in speech therapy.  I stumbled upon a “new” one (for me), 412 more words

Social Thinking

Eric Carle

Life is pretty hectic as a parent, but here and there when your child does something cool….it’s all worth it. Yesterday, the little man was part of a group art exhibit, and my wife and I were thrilled. 79 more words


Playgroup: From Head to Toe

We read the book From Head to Toe by Eric Carle

Afterward we created an Easter craft we found on the All Kids Network:

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Book Activity: "Little Cloud" and Cotton Ball Clouds

This is a fun science activity that incorporates the awesome of books and reading. All you need is a few materials to make cloud formations of your own, just like Little Cloud. 87 more words