Challenge #67—Smart Kids

As I’ve thought upon the things I’ve learned throughout my life, I’ve come to realize that some of the most basic things I learned as a kid—how to read, tie my shoes, use the bathroom, share, etc.  So today we are going to record some of those things!

What is a lesson you learned as a child and never forgot?

You can just record one lesson in detail, or record a few of them!  Make a list, write it as a story, make a numbered countdown, scrapbook it, or record it in your own way! 

Here’s a couple of examples to give you some inspiration:

What Laura did:


Supplies:  patterned paper-Sassafras; cardstock-unknown; chipboard-My Mind's Eye; letter stickers-Heidi Swapp

What I did:

I decided to make a backwards numbered countdown of 5 things that impacted who I am now—but these aren’t the ordinary things.  I simply recorded some different things, some sad and some funny, that weren’t the normal “share and get along” type of lessons.  These were personal lessons that I remember quite vividly, and though I didn’t share many details about the things that happened, one can easily assume the things that did happen.  Maybe someday when I have some time, I’ll go through and explain these all a little better.  Smile

what i learned as a kid

Supplies used—Template: Scrapping With Liz, Papers: Cosmo Cricket, Fonts: My Own Topher, Porcelain, Sketch Rockwell.

Now I challenge you to record one or more lessons you learned as a kid

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