Friday, July 8, 2011

Little Miss Spider

I am so excited about bug week!
I actually took the time to get books from the library this time.
We read Little Miss Spider


I was also inspired by No Time For Flash Cards
And her post about child creativity.
She said that you should let kids have freedom,
and guide them slightly.

So we decided to do that...
I pulled out a supplies & put them in a muffin tin.
She had a ball!
She designed a headband for herself, made a necklace,
and a bunch of spiders.

I also gave her egg carton bits,
She had fun painting them.
It's funny, when she has a chance to feel successful,
She is a lot less sassy!

She glued them onto a paper and made legs and a web.

Fun free art!
P.S. She kept coloring, cutting, and pasting
For a while after she finished her spiders.

Here are some other fun bug books we'll be reading this week:





12 comments:

  1. Thank you for linking to Read.Explore.Learn. This post counts as an entry in the July Edition of the Summer Reading Challenge.


    I love what she came up with.

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  2. Looks like you guys had a great time with bug week! Lots of fun :)

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  3. Lovely. Look at how happy your girl is! She sure got busy, with all that freedom and all those materials! And those are beautiful bugs.

    Thanks for this, and for the link (which I shall now go and read) :)

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  5. I love it when they keep up the artistic endeavor even after they've finished the main activity.

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  8. Beuatiful. I always love to put on the table and see what my daughter will create :)I would love it if you link up to my weekly children's book meme Book Sharing Monday.
    http://smilinglikesunshine1.blogspot.com/2011/07/book-sharing-mondayflyaway-katie.html

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  9. fun idea. Thanks for sharing on art 4 little hands. I love how she did this. I am amazed she did it with little guidance.

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  10. Very cute idea and she looks so proud of her creation! Thank you for linking up at The Sunday Showcase!

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  11. Looks like she really had great time with bugs! :)
    Thanks for linking to High paw! See you again this week! :)

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