Friday, August 1, 2008

Drew's Day Camp

A couple of days before we left for Florida, Drew got a great idea to have a "day camp" for Noah and Aiden. He worked really hard putting together art activities, story times, games, etc.

Here is the schedule for the day.....looks a lot like school doesn't it? :)


He even sent a note "home" with the boys for me and Todd. I cracked up at "see how there learning has increased" and "Mr. Klauser"
Here is "Mr. Klauser" reading to the boys at story time.

All 3 boys had a blast, I can't believe they lasted almost the whole day. I thought it was so sweet of Drew to do this and it was helpful for Todd and I since we were busy packing. Noah wants to plan one now too!!

9 comments:

Aunt Cindy said...

This is INCREDIBLE... Can you picture Drew following in Mr Klauser's (his dad's) footsets? All I know is I'd have loved going to a school where I could lay down and learn!!!

uncle joe said...

That is to cute, I guess we know what he wants to be when he grows up....oops I think he already is.

Weber said...

How sweet! My boys never play anything close to school or camp. I think because we homeschool it's just normal for them and not "fun".

He really put a lot of effort into that too! I think that's another reason my oldest wouldn't do it...too much work for him. :(

Beth said...

How cute is that???? I used to play school all the time growing up....maybe Drew IS destined to be a teacher like his Dad.

A.D. McClish said...

wow, what a great idea! You don't know me (I'm just a stay at home mom who reads other mom's blogs from time to time) but I thought this was such a cute idea!! Such creative kids!

Sandra Carvalho said...

OMG!!!That's so cute!He's adorable!Does he want more 3 students for his class!?I could send mine over!
xoxoxo

4funboys said...

that is so cool!!!

Is he up for 4 more???
They'll bring snacks.

Sandra Carvalho said...

Hey Kelly!Tkx for your lovely comments! ;)
xoxo

Mom said...

Not only does Drew have his Dad's teaching talent...I am afraid his spelling ability too.....What a help he must have been entertaining Noah and Aiden while you could pack. I am sure any kid would love starting with recess!