We are noticing that the tomatoes are turning red and the sunflower is being eaten by the birds! The green peppers are getting bigger. Could we make homemade salsa for grad next week with our veggies from the garden?
Obstacle courses swinging and little feathers; where did they come from?
Roads for the bikes, problem solving and role play with animals.
Balloons with just water or air and water are a great way to encourage turn taking and sharing. Sometimes they pop- oh no!
Such creative building with the blocks.
Role play with our homemade vacuum cleaner, being the doctor and using new cell phones to call mommy..
Making blueberry banana smoothie popsicles!
We loved eating our homemade smoothie popsicles!
Starting our paper mache volcano by ripping strips of paper..
Painting the base of our new habitat and paper macheing a bottle for our new volcano. Very messy business!
We continued to paint our base and then added puffy glue to the 'lake and volcano to simulate lava!
A spontaneous activity of creating a cardboard cut out of a child sparks a mini long term project and some great discussion on genders, body parts and self concept.
Adding features to our cardboard person; such as hair eyes and nose...
Writing our names all by ourselves..
We welcome the addition of 2 new fish, clams and river snails to our water habitat!