Photojournalism For Toddlers

Posted July 10th, 2009 by Julia
Future little photojournalist

Future little photojournalist

Looking for something different and interesting to do with a three year old on a summer day can be challenging but today Katie and I found something we both enjoyed. We went for a walk through the neighborhood and took photos of things that interested us. I was surprised at how many pretty good photos she took with her little Fisher-Price camera.  (That got dropped on the sidewalk in the first 15 steps out the door and managed to survive. Yeah Fisher-Price! lol)

The photos are the first part of the adventure. The next step is going to be videotaping her telling a story about her photos and/or describing them and why she chose to take that particular photo. My husband, Michael registered a domain name for her so she can have her own little blog. Should be fun.  I’ll post a link when we get it done.

Katie's Daisy Photo

Katie's Daisy Photo

Our little sunshine

Our little sunshine

So what other fun things do you do with your kids in the summer?

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4 Responses to “Photojournalism For Toddlers”

  1. Well I don’t have kids to report on what I do in my life, but I think what you’re doing by giving your daughter a camera at such a young age will open her eyes. Tell her to stay curious and keep her eyes open. 🙂

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for the comment Breanna. I think staying curious is not going to be a problem for our Kate. 😉
    She doesn’t miss a thing. I’m amazed at her ability to remember things and notice the fine details in everyday things. Such a fun age. I think we can recapture the child in all of us in our still moments.

    Thanks again for the comment. 😀

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