If there isn't a peanut allergy, pb makes for perfect bird feeders. They are learning a practical skill (spreading pb) and it sure gives their little hands a work out! We've done cardboard shapes, tp tubes, bread and so on. This time we spread pb on one side of the bread (use crust or allow the bread to sit out a day or so to dry a bit to make for easier spreading of the pb) and then they dipped that side in the birdseed and flipped and did the other side. Used a yarn needle to thread through the bread. They took them home this year since Tag (our lovely dog) would enjoy it before the birds.
The Duck's Tale
This was mentioned in the previous post. Our focus was cutting out the main duck and adding the "text" to the pages. Adding some vocabulary in there. Often we say words/sentences but this time I wanted to reiterate that the words we find in books are called "text". They then put the books in order and stapled. Pretty neat turnout since the pages do not sit flat due to the brads. Looked like a "fluffy" duck. :-P
Chicks in a Nest
This was mentioned in the scissors post so I won't go into detail.
The children enjoy the Kumon pages. They are colorful. :-) I print on cardstock to make it a bit thicker. I heard "cuckoo, cuckoo" quite a bit that morning. :-P