Making streams, bats and more

We have done a lot of projects this week...

I gave each of the boys a piece of white paper, some red and yellow paint and told them to paint it for a pumpkin (I don't know why Colby's red paint looks orange in the picture, but it was red)
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The next day, I cut them into pumpkin shapes. The boys then took black paper shapes and made them into jack o'lanterns.
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Another day we decided to do a project. The boys couldn't agree on one, so we did two.

I traced their hands on piece of black paper, cut a circle out and then face pieces to make bats:
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I gave them a sheet of white paper divided into three sections.
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Over the weekend it rained a little, as in they recorded almost 7" of rain from Friday to Sunday. There was just a little bit of water in the sandbox. The boys had a lot of fun jumping in it, check out tomorrow's pictures to see more of that. On Monday I decided to give the sandbox a hand drying out and do a project with the boys at the same time. All the water was collected in one end of the sandbox. So we made rivers, lakes, islands, and streams.
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Yes, the monster trucks had to test out water ways too.


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