Once in a while, I will post a little activity--maybe, while you're stuck at home, you'll stumble on it and think "Why not?"
Thanks to my friend Donna Akrey for this idea.
Here's a new word for you: PAREIDOLIA 1. Use a dictionary or the Internet to figure out what it means. 2. Search your house and yard (if you have one) high and low to find five things that don't have faces, but look like they have faces. 3. Take a picture of each "face" with a phone or make a drawing.
If you have brothers and sisters, try a race--who can find the most "faces" in fifteen minutes?
Think about it . . . why do you think we see "faces" in things?
One of my photos is posted here. Remind you of anything?
And beneath it is a face my son, Sam, found in the floor boards.