Every teacher's dream. Here's a peek at the crafty goodness.
Absurd amounts of ornaments:
Snow Sensory Tubs. On a 70 degree December day.
fake snow: 2 boxes corn starch, 1 bottle foaming shaving cream
messy, but quiet. and i love quiet.
How much longer can I count JELLO as science? I mean, it totally covers the different states of liquid.
These hole punched Christmas trees were easy and the kids loved it. Plus they look pretty in the window.
I planned to spend some time listening to christmas carols and stringing popcorn and cranberries for the birds. Then I remembered that December is busy and the birds are totally cool with stringless treats. So we just tossed these in the yard and called it a day.
We painted trees with Q-Tips. Wanna guess which one belongs to Gabe?
"I would like to play with toys. I would go to bed. I do lots of work."
side note: I'm laying off her on the spelling and just encouraging her to express herself through writing. It's been a battle to get her to write and I think it has a lot to do with my constant criticism of her work. It's making a difference. She now sort of enjoys it and we have years and years to work on spelling.
And that's a wrap!
Closing the books until 2014!