Happy Fall! I'm Monika Wright, your host this week, and we're going to be taking a journey together which was inspired by my 5-year old Kindergartener. You see, they were studying the five senses a few weeks ago and as Victoria was sharing with us what the class had discussed, a light bulb went off in my head. Wouldn't it be neat to record what our very own five senses mean to us?
Don't know where to begin? Just print off this download and begin filling in what comes to mind, ideas for photographs and your impressions of how you view your five senses. If you're not a mini book fan, just use this as a starting point for your next page layout. You might even include the kids and the grandkids, asking them what their five senses mean to them. And guess what, you can even do this project in digital format, click here to see the two pages of free digital designs and templates Momenta has for you.
You can either save this image to your desktop to print, click here for the file, or find it in my blog sidebar. Below, you'll see a few ideas that I've written on my worksheet so far, just to get you started.
Tomorrow, we'll be working out our mini book design and getting started with pulling it all together. See you then!
** a special thanks to Momenta for providing the products used for this week's mini book project **