Project 365, days 236 – 242, Summer holidays week 5

I can’t believe there is only one more week of the summer holidays – next week we are on holiday and then the children will be back at school! Week 5 of the summer holidays has been a fairly quiet one. Here is our Project 365, days 236 – 242.

Day 236, Sunday -Today was a quiet day at home. Kevin was poorly in the night, so we just had a gentle day of DVD’s and Mega Bloks

Day 237, Monday – The weather was awful today, so we shut ourselves indoors and made cakes.

Day 238, Tuesday – A lovely walk at Haldon Forest, with a stunning view.

Day 239, Wednesday – The weather was a lot better today, and Gemma and Jacob spent a lot of time out on their bikes.

Day 240, Thursday – Gemma and Jacob went to another sports fun day at the local leisure centre today. On the way home we walked through the park and Jacob found a snail.

Day 241, Friday – the children have been taking part in the summer reading challenge at the library, and today they received their medals and certificates for reading 6 books.

Day 242, Saturday – an early morning snack. 

Project 365, days 236 - 242

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  1. August 30, 2014 / 7:19 pm

    I think the reading challenge is a lovely thing to do , and something for the kids to feel like they’ve achieved over the summer.

  2. August 30, 2014 / 8:34 pm

    Lovely picture of the kids with their summer reading challenge certificates and love the photo of your little man with his snack 🙂
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  3. August 31, 2014 / 9:06 am

    it sounds like our week Kate! .. soon be Christmas! … i love that your Library did things during the Summer for the children .. ours dont do anything x
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  4. September 1, 2014 / 9:08 am

    Well done on the reading challenge. We only got our medal as for some reason they give the certificates out in assembly at school.

  5. September 5, 2014 / 9:55 pm

    sometimes its nice to have a rainy day and an excuse for being lazy. Well done on the reading challenge, my daughter would read dozens of books over the holidays.
    A castle in the trees, looks like something Rapunzel would have lived in.
    Making cakes is a great pastime
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