Upside-Down and Backward Fun

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We started the day with candy for breakfast (it is Easter, after all!) which had us thinking about all the other silly ways we could have an upside-down or backward day. Here are a few ideas we managed to sneak in throughout the morning!

First, I challenged Travis to turn five things in his room upside down. Admittedly he was a little simplistic about it, but it was adorable to round the corner and find this!

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Then he closed his eyes while I turned five things upside down.

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He was gleeful finding the silly things I’d turned over.

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Next we tried drawing upside down portraits of ourselves. Travis had to think hard about which way his smile should face.

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Next up was a round of backwards hopscotch. Kids can count the numbers backwards (great math practice!) or jump backwards, or both!

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What other ways can you think of to have a backwards day? Backwards secret messages perhaps? Whatever it is, please share in the comments!

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