Monday, July 16, 2012

Summer with kids..Week 3

Here I'm again,ready to share all that we did the last week.For those of you who haven't read the week 1 and week 2 posts, I've been doing some fun crafts with kids for the summer vacations.I love how sometimes they come up with brilliant ideas themselves and sometimes are just eager to listen and learn whatever is being taught to them.There are 8 kids in all, with varied age groups but the thing which make them come together as a group is the want of creating something new every day.

So here is what we did the whole week.


Kids painted these wooden flower in pot, shapes with water colors.


Two girls tried to copy this artwork(more to come of it,later)and were very good in that.

For the craft we made a sequence artwork.Kids had to peel and stick sequence on the spots.Though it was not as easy as it sounds.Peeling the dots was a pain and finally we realised that just gluing them on the spots was an easier thing to do.

WEDNESDAY:  This one has to be my favorite till date.Kids used rocks and other craft materials to make faces.
Each had their own imaginations and one even made a one-eyed funny monster :)

THURSDAY: For Thursday we made finger puppets.Younger kids needed a lot of help in this one but  still enjoyed throughly.

I love how some of them are same yet have kinda different expressions.They really turned out cute...what do you say??

FRIDAY: By the time Friday comes I'm looking for a craft which kids will enjoy but will be a little less busy for me.Beading is a very good option when you want to engage kids for a long time all by themselves.Just take out the stuff, get them started and let the imagination run....and re-run...

So that is how my week was..full of energy and was yours??Let me know,I would love to hear from you.

Take care everyone till we meet again:)

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1 comment:

  1. I love every one of these crafts!! Great job getting these organized and letting the kids use their imaginations. I'm adding these to my list of crafts to do. Thanks for the inspiration!