My brother-in-law sent me a link to this optical illusion wherein you shake you head to see the image behind the black bars.
Intrigued, I decided to see if I could replicate the effect.
What's so great about interesting things is that they inspire us. We take an idea and run with it. Had someone told me I had to try this on my own, I wouldn't have been as excited. But just letting me run with my inspiration, I created something fun completely of my own volition.
The same can happen with learning.
Homeschooling gave me tons of time to try my hand at things. I dabbled with audio dramas, computer coding, videos, and the like. My siblings and I built with Legos, blankets and pillows, sticks and stones. We made hardtack and salt dough. We played with cornstarch and water. And we did that all without my mom nudging us to do so.
What's inspired your children lately? And were you able to replicate the optical illusion--assuming, of course, that it inspired you?
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