Walking wild

 



One of the wonderful things about working with toddlers is their attention to detail. 

We took a walk out to the garden on the school campus and one of the children noticed this egg sac while searching for red tomatoes. I pointed out the webbing that the spider had spun to hold the sac onto the back of a small tomato leaf. 

I suppose that was a bit over the head of your average 2 year old.

They probably won’t remember much about it.

But...they will remember the beauty and wonder to be found in the natural world all around them.

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  1. What a lovely story. I think you must be the BEST teacher!

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    1. Thank you Ginny. I’m sure there are teachers much, much better than I but I do love to be with the children.

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  2. How nature works is so interesting. Love the photo. Fall seems to be one of the seasons to enjoy the workings of Nature. Love the view of children. Have a great week.

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  3. Do you know what sort of spider spun this?
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/09/hummingbird-haven.html

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  4. I agree with Ginny - you must be the BESTEST teacher!

    Happy Thursday!

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    1. I’m sure there are teachers much better than I but Thank you.

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  5. Kids truly are amazing with the things the find. Great images.

    I am glad you joined us at 'My Corner of the World' this week!!

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