I want to start with a big THANK YOU to Deborah at Teach Preschool.
The links you have passed on have my views at an all time high. I won’t lie. . .I’ve been doing a little skipping, dancing and maybe a cartwheel or two. For those of you who have not come across Teach Preschool yet, let me tell you she is FANTASTIC! If you are a Facebook junkie, you will love her Facebook Page. You will find links to all types of activities and preschool age blogs. Have I gushed enough? Onto today’s project!!!
We did this one in two parts. First the wrapping paper, then the accessory.
Crayon Bundle Wrapping Paper
I secured a few crayon bundles with rubber bands and left a few loose crayons. I also left out a few objects to be traced, but those went completely untouched. I cut two extra large pieces of paper; M and M were working before I even sat down.
Big M played around with moving the crayons in the bundle. He would position the yellow so it wouldn’t show, then move it down and use all four.
Tissue Paper Bow
I cut the tissue paper into rectangles about 5 x 7. I did NOT measure, and some of the rectangles are not even close to that size. I had M and M pick 10 pieces from the stack and arrange them however they liked.
Time to put it all together. I just can’t get over how cool the Handmade Stamp Print from yesterday is!
Now all that’s left is to sign the card!
This post is a part of the Mother’s day lesson plan.