i is for igloo


we continued our h week discussion of houses into i week with an exploration of igloos.


with white paint on a low table, the children finger hand painted (is the limit ever given to paint only with one’s fingers in finger painting?).  then we made prints on igloo shaped paper.


when the table is scratched, the prints look like the lines of an igloo.  the table is also a good place for letter writing.


we also glued white paper ice blocks on igloo paper and igloo shaped paper on big paper.  really, some days i will but almost any shape to get kids engaged.  i love the challenge.



brrrrrrrr.  i week was a cold one!



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