|Eden's colouring page she drew for us|
However as we had not time to look at anything new this year, or the chance to get materials either. Our day consisted of using what we had to great some memories for the favourite feast day.
Saint Brigid and the Cows
Autumn was doing puzzles puzzles with little Arwen and then a very bouncy Corbyn wanted to join in.
recipe on this post) and interestingly again Rogan was the keen participator of this activity.
Schleich cows from our collection of these toys.
As we thought about it we decided we could make home made wedges: potatoes are great Irish food right, with sour cream; representing the dairy of St Brigid's early years and sweet chili sauce (with no relation to Ireland at all)
Just remember that the tradition of celebrating Saint Brigid’s Day was often focused not only on the saint herself but also on cattle and dairy ... of which Brigid is the patron saint.
I know I always can't resist looking for new ideas so here are a few new ones~
* new links for making Crosses and this one Crosses- easy to see
* Irish Ideas- like a unit study (not sure how good this one is as I have only just started looking at it)
Blessings to you and your homes,