I never heard of it before but it sure does look interesting enough to try and teach my children to do this.
When I was young my Dad was *unique* (that’s a good word to use for it.)
But he would make me do *unique* things like………
Say my alphabets backwards
Count change back correctly and
Write with both hands…………
at FIVE and SIX years old.
And if I didn’t do any of those correctly…….I’d be in big trouble.
Well needless to say I became ambidextrous. Having the ability to write with both hands…..well……………….
Today while teaching my 4 year old how to write (he is a true left handy) I found that my skills were much needed. I could actually understand from his perspective as I had to write with my left hand today to teach him the proper way to hold his pencil and slant his paper.
At any rate………..
Double Doodle is something like that. Drawing with both hands at the same time – symmetrically!
I think it will be a great challenge to teach your children to do this. It actually will be strongly working both sides of their brains. Give it a try.
Click on the below link >>>>>>>> Double Doodle
by Jean Van’t-Hul
Serving you and yours,
UCHU-Accountability Association members the September 2015 newsletter has been emailed out!!
The meaning of ENCOURAGEMENT according to the online Oxford dictionary is:
“the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope.”
I’m sure today’s post will hit home for the majority of us!
We are Moms in action. Getting it done. With a list LOADED with a ton of things that need to get done.
It appears that the LIST is continually getting longer even as we *mark-off* an item.
What joys of being a Mom (sarcasm)
With eight children I have learned so well over the past three years, since we added our last three children to our families via adoption, that IT will NEVER all get done!
It just will not.
So………….since this is the case I may as well slow down and enjoy the moments that I have with my children and husband as much as I can.
The list will never get shorter.
But they will continue to grow up and go on with their lives.
I pray today’s post encourages you onward to a new way of living life with your little ones. :)