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It has been a very rainy week so we have been reading Splish, Splash, Sprint by Jan Carr. This is a great rhyming story about three kids that explore all the fun things that happen on a spring day in the rain.
I planned on having Emily draw a picture to put out in the rain so that she could how the rain would blend all of the colors however once Emily started drawing she did such a great job of drawing herself in the rain with a rain hat and umbrella I didn’t want the picture to get ruined. Thank goodness Emily agreed and we just kept the picture. We will probably try another rain picture on another rainy day :0)
Emily working on her rainy day picture. It is so much fun to see her drawing people and adding lot’s of details to her pictures.
Emily’s finished picture.
It is a picture of her with a rain hat and an umbrella.
I think it was a very good idea for you to save the picture. Its very sweet!
Wow - she draws really goo for 3 years old! :)
I love Emily's drawing! So cute. I wouldn't be able to put it out in the rain either!
aaaaah! I love her drawing! Definitely a "keeper" - how cute is that! Can't wait for Red Ted to draw "properly"!!!
That IS impressive! Looks just like a rain hat!
ooo my goodness such a great picture!!
What a great picture! Very cute.
That is an awesome picture...much too good for a rain wash. We did the watercolor rain pictures a few weeks back. I think the one my toddler son made turned out the most interesting. He just drew a whole bunch of colorful lines all over the paper and the rain made them really pretty! My daughter's duck turned out neat as well. Here's a link to our rain activity if you are interested. http://www.brimfulcuriosities.com/2010/04/rain-and-watercolors.html
Hmmm- perhaps you could scan her pic and turn it into some kind of greeting card, with a saying such as:
"Rain, rain, come to stay,
Emily wants to play today.
She has on her cap
And her umbrella too.
Oh she wants
to play with you!"
Emily did a terrific job - the picture is so very detailed. She is quite a little artist.
What an adorable picture she drew!
Maybe she could do another, just of a large umbrella, and let the rain fall on that. It's a good idea, although I see why you wouldn't let that cute drawing get ruined. :-)
I plan to link up next time around.
She IS a great artist.
I don't think I would want to put in the rain either.
Great picture. I wouldn't want to put it in the rain.
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