Trailer Park Unschoolers

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I’m A Ninja!

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The kids are having so much fun with library events. They do some pretty cool stuff. The most fun so far, aside from the magic show, was the ninja preschool story time.

First they read two ninja stories. They read Nighttime Ninja, and were encouraged to act it out. Then there was The Boy Who Cried Ninja. That one was pretty funny. Afterwards they colored all kinds of ninja pictures and had a ninja craft.


wpid-img_20140730_113837.jpgCorde, the perfectionist of the family, had to have hers just right. She followed the directions exactly. She was on everyone else to do the same until she decided it was better to just let her brothers do their thing.


Beekee wanted to do his own crazy thing. His ninja evolved several times. He kept taking all the stripes off. In the end it was just black with eyes, so it can be more stealthy.


Sander’s favorite part was using scissors. He loved being able to cut his own pieces to put on. He decided they look like minions, so they must be minion ninjas.


Luca chose to make a girl ninja. Pink was the color of the day. I cut the pieces and put the glue on. He put it all together by himself. He did an awesome job.


This is our little ninja clan. Can you tell which ninja is which? They had a blast playing with them.

And, as always, if you’d like to help us get our feet back on the ground and help us stay where these awesome resources are, you can shop our Scentsy Fundraiser and get some really cool stuff while helping us out, or you can give directly at out Go Fund Me Page. We’re not so good at asking for help, but we’ve been displaced long enough. If asking for help is what it takes, we’re ready and willing.


Author: Fox

With four kids, who has time for much? We spend a lot of time together, which translates to a lot of knitting time for me when we hang out. We've been trying to get back to our unschooling roots. We watch a lot of videos, play a lot of games, and pay attention to the things we notice in our everyday life. It's been quite the big adventure!

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