What do you think Sophie and Sadie are cooking in the stove?! I have a guess because of what I see dripping from Sophie’s spoon! Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
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Sleds have been around for a long time! The Inuit people (we used to call them Eskimos but they prefer Inuit) made sleds out of whale bones – but mostly sleds are made out of wood or metal or plastic. Of course, you can sled down a snowy hill on top of just about anything flat, like a big piece of cardboard or a cookie tray! The sled Sophie and Sadie are on looks like it’s plastic to me! Click […]
Most of the time we see icicles on houses – but they are so beautiful when they grow on trees! And they are fun to touch and hold, but you have to be careful because they can be very heavy! Icicles grow when it’s freezing cold and sunny. The sunlight melts the ice and snow – and it starts to drip. But then the freezing cold air makes it turn into ice again. Every drip that turns to ice adds […]
Did you ever wonder what all of the dots are next to the numbers in the elevator? They are there so people who are blind or have a hard time seeing with their eyes can ‘read’ with their fingers! Each letter or number is made up of a different combination of 6 dots. I wonder where Sophie and Sadie are going!? Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
It’s almost January and that means it’s time for fireworks! Different countries and different cultures have different New Years that they celebrate at different times of the year. Here in the United States, just about everyone calls January 1 New Years Day and gets new calendars – and there are lots of fireworks! It was actually Julius Caesar in 45 B.C.E. that decided the calendar officially started on January 1 – although the Romans had been celebrating that day since […]
What could be more fun than decorating cupcakes?! – well, maybe eating them! Did you know that it wasn’t until 150 years after cupcakes were invented that someone thought to put frosting on them. I wonder what took them so long? Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
Sunset, moon rising – both are so amazing. This week was the supermoon, with the moon as close as it will be to the earth until 2034! I’m glad Sophie and Sadie didn’t miss it! Did you know that scientists believe that after the earth was created a huge object flying around the universe hit the earth and bounced out into space and became our moon. Wow. Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, […]
It doesn’t look like Sophie’s umbrella is going to help her stay dry with Sadie jumping in the puddle! Puddles have a funny definition – basically they are any water that is shallow enough to walk through and not deep enough to float a boat or raft. I think a better definition is ‘fun to splash in!’ Click on the image below, or click here, to open the coloring page, then download, print, and start coloring!
The other day while I was walking in the woods, I ended up talking to a little boy who excitedly told me he had seen a bear on his walk and I excitedly told him I had seen one too and we were both so excited that we had someone to tell who believed us that we walked away happily. Since there are only 50 black bears in the entire state of Ohio, I think we both probably were dreaming […]