We went to visit the Heidelberg Project this weekend. We enjoy visiting it here and there to see the new art and how things have changed. K was lucky this time to be able to talk with Tyree Guyton ( the Artist). Tyree invited K to paint a pink dot in the road (K's favorite color). If you're intersted in more information about the project visit their website:
I participated in a busy bag swap recently with some friends in our area. The swap went wonderfully! We had 21 participates and each person made a bag for everyone. We went home with 21 little preschool activities in a bag. We have some number games, letter games, color games, beading games, fine motor activities, and more! Here are some pictures of my activity. I made a little clothes line with tiny clothes to hang up.
These aren't the best pictures, but K and I had a good time making these nature stained glass. We bought contact paper at the store to make them. It was a nice, easy project to do with a little person. :)
K chose to make a pond for our next playmat habitat. He really wanted a place to put his ducks and turtles. We used recycled sweaters to make the pond. We plan on adding lots of elements to the pond including a bridge, willow tree, fisherman, and maybe some cattails.