m is for mirror

come on, find a child safe mirror and shaving cream and take it outside!  this post is from last june.

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• Kids Club • by you.

and s is for shaving cream. : )

• Kids Club • by you.

our mirrors came in handy for a multi-age kids club meeting (the first ever). the activity was shaving cream and water play. honestly, shaving cream play always makes me nervous…the eye stinging possibility.

• Kids Club • by you.

there was one moment. luckily he is 10, can stay calm with his eyes closed and can even laugh when i said i would take a picture of him.

• Kids Club • by you.

the mirrors not only provided a place to see our silly selves all shaving creamed up, but a finger painting surface and most exciting, an instant fun house. because these are shatterproof acrylic, they are bendable (yes, one mirror did crack, but one out of 6 isn’t bad…and then we knew how far they could be bent):

• Kids Club • by you.

• Kids Club • by you.

• Kids Club • by you.

• Kids Club • by you.

• Kids Club • by you.

• Kids Club • by you.

this is the outside of our original and now returning preschool.

• Kids Club • by you.

and ahhhhh, this big boy was a preschooler of mine way back in the early days.

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3 thoughts on “m is for mirror

  1. Oh!!! THANK YOU… for posting these pictures. A while ago, i remembered this summer fun club and wanted to see the pictures again. I wrote something on the church blog, but i didn’t get any news….until now :)
    Wow….It feels like yesterday when I was there, time does fly. Miss you all more….

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  2. What a great idea-to use them with mirrors! I’ve used shaving cream before in the classroom when it’s time to clean. I spray some on each desk, and write up math problems for the kids to solve. It’s a big hit with all of them, especially with my kinesthetic learners. After we’re done, and have snapped some great photos, we wipe the desks down and they’re squeaky clean! Mirrors are great because they don’t have to wait to get the pictures developed to see how funny they look!

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