It's been tricky finding computer time...we're full on into summer and between heading to the beach or a pool every day, soccer, biking, and me running summer camps, we have flown into the last week of June already! So hard to believe.
Here's what we've been making at the preschool in June since sea creatures camp.
Spanish Camp: We repeated some crafts from past Spanish camps, like maracas (click link for instructions)
and god's eyes
and we tried something new...making a cup and ball on a string game. These were fun. For instructions on how to fold a paper cup, I found this link very helpful.
Fairy Garden Camp: Always a fun and popular camp. So full of magic and surprises. The kids were chasing cottonwood seeds that have been floating all around our skies this month-and would squeal in delight as they believed them to be fairies. One of the girls even brought in some branches to shake in the back yard.
This week is weaving camp. To prep for this class I took off the worn out canvas roof to the backyard playhouse and warped it. The idea is we will begin each day in the backyard weaving bits of leaves and branches and grasses into the new roof. Come back later this week to see the finished result.