I was reminded of this verse on Monday and it was a great encouragement to me.
Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.
I spend some time over the weekend working out the meal, deals.
We did some neat things this week already. Sydney was learning about her sense of smell and taste in science. She learned that taste and smell go together (they are bff's) and that we are much more sensitive to what we smell, than what we taste. She was surprised to find out that "smells" (odors) are made of very tiny particles called molecules, in the air. These molecules bring odors to us as gases or vapors in the air. We did an experiment to see how long it would take the tiny molecules to bring the odors to us. How long would it take for molecules to travel across the room? Well, from the time I sprayed perfume into the air, until it made it's way across the room to noses, it only took fifteen seconds. That was a fun experiment.
Another experiment we did was to find out whether a wet or dry tongue would help your taste buds taste food. I had Syd stick her tongue out and pat it dry with a paper towel. She placed a piece of candy (lemon drop) on the tip of her tongue. She couldn't taste it right away. Next, she stuck her tongue out but didn't dry it off this time. When she placed the candy on the tip of her tongue she could taste the candy immediately. A wet tongue does indeed help your taste buds taste foods. :D
Later this week I hope to post a couple videos of Sydney. She already knows her memory verses for the month and has also has been practicing some hand movements to help her remember the different kinds of sentences.