Week May 1-5

Bodi has been doing lots of music composition lately, and his notation is getting tidier.

We found a dandelion with some sort of mutation. Bodi was completely fascinated and is still talking about it days later.

So much reading, all day long.

Bodi has been learning a lot about what parenthood is like for robins. We can watch all the activity to and from this nest through our kitchen window.

Speaking an unknown language


You can see Bodi and me at the very end of this clip, joining in on the last go round the maypole.

Week April 17-21

List of what we did today: 1. We got up. 2. We I don’t know. 3. I don’t know. 4. I don’t know. 5. I don’t know.

Solar system

Depth of field

Bodi loves retelling one of his current favourite stories, the goblin story from a Little Bear book:

He wrote out The Goblin Story in a new language with a new alphabet.

Week April 3-7

With the arrival of spring, all the buzzing insects are coming out. So you will be seeing photos of Bodi wearing sound-cancelling headphones when outdoors. Also, he is on a big reading kick lately, so his head is in books even more than usual.

Reading poetry in the oak meadow (A.A. Milne)

Doing his new map puzzle with Grandma

Climbing slides with a friend

He did this map with symbols and key (no assistance)

Stack of cards

His representation of the Victoria Conservatory of Music

He has done pages and pages of drawings like this

People playing with dice

Clock hand placements (with no help)

The first stage of our Easter tree: a bare branch with grass seedlings poking up around it.