I know, I know– when you think “Andy Warhol” you think soup cans, not kitty cats and puppy dogs. But on our recent outing to the Carnegie Science Center we saw these little cuties.
Matthew and Molly especially liked them!
So this week for art appreciation, we learned a little more about Andy Warhol’s cat and dog series. We followed it up by creating our own Warhol cat drawings following these directions from Art Projects for Kids, an awesome web site.
Source: Art Projects for Kids
Our little art museum
Since my awesome news about my heart’s recovery from peripartum cardiomyopathy this week, I decided to feature beautiful lovely hearts on this week’s Thursday Treasure.
“The first step toward creating balance is to accept responsibility for your child’s imbalances,
and to accept that the only way you can change them is by changing yourself first.”
(Oak Meadow, The Heart of Learning)
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”
I read these words from The Heart of Learning early this morning while sitting in on Daniel’s speech evaluation at our local elementary school. While I’ve known for quite some time that Daniel had issues with articulation, seeing a trained speech pathologist struggle to understand him really drove home the point that the boy has issues. Read more...