My posts have gotten a bit wordy lately… and I have been loving every minute of writing these wordy posts. (Oh, I hope you are too. 😉 ) For today though I think I’ll take a break, I’ll keep this one short and sweet. Um… I’ll try to keep this one short and sweet. I am aware that I am not off to a very good start.
Pretend Play Volcano
Piece of cardboard.
Envelopes, craft sticks and hot glue made Little M’s volcano.
Cornfield made of shredded paper…. and feathers. (hmmm… your guess is as good as mine.)
Add some sparkle (do you see the shimmering house?)
Working in the cornfield just before the eruption.
I went to do a little cleaning and came back to find that I had missed the eruption… and the evacuation. DARN!
(Wondering about the cornfield? Well, we learned about the birth of Paricutin. A family was working in their cornfield when the ground split and the volcano was born. You have to read these Volcano books!)
This post is a part of the Volcano Lesson Plan.
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