Monday, August 10, 2009

Muffin Tin Monday

A Train for Muffin Tin Monday


This weeks theme for Muffin Tin Monday is "Planes Trains and Automobiles". We had fun reading some transportation books this morning before lunch and making a Traffic Light Project to go with the Muffin Tin Theme for today. Emily loved watching me make her Peanut Butter Cracker Train!


Emily's Muffin Tin Lunch
Top Row: Banana Sun, Berry Blue Jell-O with Blueberries (the sky)
Middle: Peanut Butter Cracker Train with Raisin wheels, Banana and sprinkle windows and pretzel connectors.
Bottom Row: Grapes (the land)


She is so excited for her Muffin Tin Lunch!!!


Her favorite part was the Jell-O of course :0)

14 comments:

Andrea (ace1028) said...

You have the cutest crafts and activities, Mama! Love them. And the train is fantastic!

~Bobbi~ said...

One of my favorite tins!

Miller Moments said...

VERY cute!

Val in the Rose Garden said...

Love the train! So cute!

Val

Stacy said...

What a cute idea!

Michelle at Her Cup Overfloweth said...

awww, so creative! I love it!

Evenspor said...

I am looking at these with my son, and he said, "Let's make that one sometime!" He really likes your train.

Sherry said...

I love train, Emily looks very excited!

Susana said...

I love your train--now that's creative!! Where do you get all of your fun ideas?!

Elise said...

Hi Michelle

What a fun muffin tin. So creative.

I love loooking at your tot school posts. Savanna has started to really enjoy playing with her potato heads too. What a sweet big sister present. Emily's painting in her Princess book is so neat. I can imagine that she would have been so excited to use the pink glittery paint. We have the exact same activity gym that Emily had when she was a baby. How sweet to see Emily and Juliette on the mat together.

Michelle said...

How very creative to make the top row the sky and the bottom the land! And I love the train - very cute!

Mama Mel said...

That is so cute! :)

The Masked Mommy said...

What a cute muffin tin! I also love your hot glue gun rubbings and your egg carton stop light! Between that and the sponge painting, it looks like you guys have a ton of fun!

Thanks for being a follower :-)

Raising a Happy Child said...

Super awesome - something that even my picky eater would eat. Thanks for sharing!

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