There’s this app called WordLens that translates text in real time. You point your smartphone camera at words and it translates them on the screen. The app went crazy when I pointed at my Mum’s floor. There were flashing words everywhere. It’s magic!
Last night, the kids and I talked about poems and poetry readings. Then they folded some papers together and made their very first poetry chapbooks.
I made this for the young ‘uns who attended Lent Trek. I yoink so many kid crafts from the internet, I figure I should share the ones I make myself. Free reign!
The younger kid turned three recently. I asked her what she wanted for her birthday. This was her list: A car with a girl driver A car with a boy driver A little ipod “just for me” A movie about a tiger Big sandals A blue hat ABC Candles A book called “96” The Secret … Continue reading Anything you want, you got it.
is a fictional film set in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Located in the middle of a vast and sparsely populated prairie landscape, Saskatoon is a unique and strange place that produces an abundance of odd and profound characters.
I asked the kids what they would serve if they had their own restaurants. They came up with names and menus. The first is from the 4-year-old and the second is from the 2.5-year-old. RESTAURANT NAME : MUM MENU: Cookies Cereal Balloons Lights Trees Puzzles A Chair Flowers for my wedding Strollers Chairs and … Continue reading little kid restaurants