t is for tape machine

i saw this, realized that it would require more precision than i’m good at, so i asked our families if anyone thought they could make one. i had over 10 responses and asked the first three responders to make us one.  i am humbled and grateful (and thinking of more projects).  thank you.

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we have a whole table dedicated to tape.

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the fine motor work is impressive.  i am reminded of a workshop i went to led by occupational therapists who stressed the importance of working those finger and hand muscles.

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this sure does it.

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a little too well sometimes.

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p.s.  if any of your children come home and speak of tape over mouths (or arms or hands or feet), the teachers did not do it!!

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13 thoughts on “t is for tape machine

  1. Becky

    I just love looking at your photos. They make me laugh and encourage me to take a few more chances and see what happens. I think you are fearless. I have not been nearly so brave with my pre-k’s.

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