We like to keep it real, so when my sister and I began our unit study on rivers, of course, down by the riverside is where we took our books and pencils. If you don't mind a little crayfish swallowing and clam catching, you can peruse our photos for a wee tour of the Grand River, where we feel right at home.
Learning about the hydrocycle's reciprocal effect on rivers.
This kid will eat anything ;)
Relaxing by the river.
Searching for turtles and crayfish.
Not sure who the boy is with Oliver, but somehow, wherever we go, extra kids attach themselves to us. Maybe he's homeschooled too?
It's a sweet thing that the "River Of God" worship song has played in my mind each morning for the past two weeks. I simply wake up with it there. Besides its life-giving flow, I think the river is a beautiful and important symbol to the Lord, wouldn't you say?
There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy place where the Most High dwells. Psalm 46:4