It’s springing here in Western KY. With the time change springing ahead, the extra daylight hours have aided the trees in producing their blooms. Flowers are opening up and the grass has lost it’s dead color and found new green. The temperatures are a bit warmer. The birds that stayed around through the winter are singing a happier song than they were just last week.
Spring is a wonderful time for outdoor nature lessons. We have some flowerpots to decorate and a variety of flower seeds soaking to germinate before planting. We will be making a fairy garden around a tree stump in the back yard. We will be studying the spring nighttime skies, and making a weather center.
Spring is the time to get out the sports equipment, bikes, and kites. Hiking and picnics are on our spring agenda along with some outdoor field trips with our homeschooling support group.
Our middle ages history studies will move on into the Renaissance.
Spring is also a good time for poetry studies (picture my kids rolling their eyes and sighing).
Song of Songs (Solomon) 2:11-12
Don’t you see? The winter is done.
The rains and clouds have come and gone.
The flowers are unfolding in the fields;
the birds are warming up their songs,
Poetry can be in the form of music, too (picture my kids no longer rolling their eyes or sighing).