Maybe it’s the “hunt” in the air, rapidly approaching, the search for something lost…
Or maybe it’s the down-played approach we’ve taken on big holidays so far, but I was thinking about Easter Egg hunting, Eeyore’s missing tail, and the great developmental progress that comes from hiding and finding.
I took out eight of the kiddos favorite animals:
Then we reviewed Chapter Four, where Eeyore’s tail is found missing and rediscovered by Pooh Bear.
Here came the fun part (the designer was so excited when I told him what we were going to do) 🙂 I sent the kiddos into Seanna’s room (the guest room), while the designer and I hid the animals in the living room.
The builder caught right on, oh the thrill in his eyes as he took the dancer by the hand to wait for us to hide the animals!
It was a real hit for all of us. The kiddos were elated every time they found one, and loved to be excited for each other.
Even the grower got into the animal fun!
The builder hid the animals next (all lined up, above the tv, except the elephant, who was placed on the door knob). The designer and I took times after that, hiding them a bit more hidden.
What a fun evening!