Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Kindergarten Science Project

My daughter's options were:
Clay Animal
She needed to include information on habitat, viviparous or oviparous, diet, and predators.
Based on the nature of the instructions and my daughter's reading level I quickly deducted this was a kid helps mom kind of project.
So, she TRIED to help cut it out. Do you know how hard sewing scissors on felt or vinyl are for a 5 year old. Yeah... tried.
However, she wore it like a chimp... er champ and has been climbing around like a monkey all day.
I seem to have failed to impress upon her the difference between monkeys and gorillas. Hopefully the zoo trip will rectify that.
P1010877.jpg picture by teljchall
Supplies: vinyl, paint pens, felt, sticky back felt, black mask from wal-mart, scissors, contact cement, paper, and one completely adorable little girl who lights up the lives of all who know her.


AutismPsyD said...

Dear Jordan:

Oo-hoo-oo-hoo waaaahh oo-hoo-waa...that's gorilkey for "hey, Mom, cool mask!"

And if you say, "hmmmmrumba oo-oo," you'll be saying, "Gonna wear this to bed whether you like it or not, Mom!"

Try it!

I didn't know that little monillas had such beautiful blue eyes and blonde highlights to their hair (fur?). Cute!

Love ya! Gramma G

PS the magic word Gramma had to write in below was "hoonex" and THAT means "Kiss Mommy big kisses and give her lots of hugs!"

Thora said...

Jordan says:
I love you. Thank you for sending the note to me. I love you so much.

JerieH said...

YOu forgot to mention the awesome backgound! Get job Tali!