Autumn Preview

Autumn Preview

As we start looking towards Autumn (I know… how can we do that when it is so summery outside?) we wanted to share a few of our plans with you. (Subject to change, of course, for no good reason ๐Ÿ™‚

First let me say we received so many kind and loving emails from people when we closed our shop for family reasons. I am so thankful and pleased to say my father not only adjusted to the Alzheimer’s facility, he has thrived. He seems to enjoy the routine and quiet. It has alleviated much of the guilt and sadness we all felt.

As we shared last week, we will be reopening Wee Folk Art Market Place for a limited time for all of you that didn’t get a chance to order from us, and were hoping to use our kits and materials for Christmas gifts. We will be open for TWO WEEKS, August 6 through August 20. MARK YOUR CALENDARS! We will be running workshops in the shop in the Fall, so we decided to give everyone another chance to order online before we restocked our shelves for classes. If you are at all interested in buying from our shop, make sure you do it then. It is possible we might run another 2 weeks in October, but I can’t promise that. We have a few more items to add to the shop that we will share over the next few weeks. More details to follow.

This fall we will be using our Autumn Curriculum with Pixie. She went through the program a couple years ago, but we know she will get so much more out of it as a kindergartner. We will be going through the book list to make sure everything is up to date and adding some new books and activities. We will be sharing our adventures on the blog and hope many of you will join us.

 

 

For a while now I’ve been wanted to quilt with the wee ones. This fall we will be working on a quilting unit. We will be sharing our activities on line. You can expect to see some interesting books, projects and, hopefully, a community service project. We will keep you posted.   

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Kimara

8 Comments

  1. Ooh, I am excited about the quilting! I am planning on doing some quilting with my kiddos this fall too. I can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This sounds great! I was planning on doing your fall curriculum with my daughter and it will be so fun to follow along with you. I’ve been researching curriculum and after discovering how expensive they can be, I realize what a gift you have given to your readers by providing yours for free. Thanks you!

  3. I am very excited to see what new books and projects you add to the fall curriculum. We will be using it this fall with our son and have been collecting books and planning with great anticipation. Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. I am very excited to see what new books and projects you add to the fall curriculum. We will be using it this fall with our son and have been collecting books and planning with great anticipation. Thank you so much for sharing!

  5. We really enjoyed using the Autumn curriculum the year my middle guy was 5 and I’m looking forward to starting it with our little 4 year old this autumn!

    Where o where did you find the wonderful wooden (??) vegetables and tree in the picture w/ Pixie? I’ve been hoping to find something similar as our little girl loves to “grow and harvest”. Thanks so much!

    1. Michelle is unavailable until Monday. I'd answer this but I don't know for sure where she got them from. You have not been forgotten ๐Ÿ˜‰

  6. We definitely plan on joining in with your fall curriculum, and have been enjoying the summer one very much! We did some of the fall one a couple of years ago when my youngest was 3, but as a “big” kindergarten boy this year, I think he’ll get a lot more out of it. I also got a new sewing machine so he and his siblings will be able to participate in the quilt-making as we go. It just may be our best fall school term yet!

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