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This week to get ready to celebrate the 4th of July we have been reading Corduroy's Fourth of July, by Don Freeman. This is a simple board book that both Emily and Juliette are able to enjoy. The book is sturdy enough to stand up to Juliette tugging at the pages and the simple story lists some of the fun things that you do to celebrate the 4th of July. Emily and I talked about the things that we saw in the pictures and how they were similar or different from the things that we are going to do.
Emily and I made a flag inspired wind sock to help decorate our house for the 4th of July.
Emily used the star piece to our shape sorting bucket to cover a piece of blue construction paper with star prints.
I didn’t have any streamers handy so I cut red and white tissue paper into thin strips. Once the stars where dry I had Emily glue the tissue paper strips to the bottom of the paper. She did a great job with the red and white pattern. Once she covered the bottom in the tissue paper we rolled the blue paper and taped it together.
I hole punched two holes in the sides at the top and used a shiny silver pipe cleaner to hang it.
I love this festive windsock and Emily had a great time making it!!
Very cute project! Ryleigh loves this book :)
What a great project. Wish I had thought of/seen this during our "W" week. I was looking for an easy windsock or windchime. And I love that you used the shape sorter star for a stamp!
very cute! we were going to make one using an oatmeal container but then I realized I didn't have one! Have a Happy 4th! :)
Am impressed with the neatness of the printing! Lovely! And fab idea to use shape sorters...
We were inspired by one of the books your reviewed a few weeks back (Strawberries, Mouse and Bear). Hurray!
Thanks for hosting!
So simple and so cute! The stars turned out really well - she did a great job!
oo very festive!! Love how it turned out!
That came out great! I love the stars.
Can Em come over and decorate our place for the 4th? :0)
Very nice! I love how the stamped stars turned out. We read Coduroy's 4th of July with our craft, as well. It's such a sweet story :)
I love the idea of using the shape-sorter pieces with PAINT. My kids have outgrown these and I was just on the verge of giving it away... :-o
Awesome idea for a 4th decoration....we may be copying this one. Very cute!
I love how perfect that star stamps looks on the paper!
I agree with the other folks... the stamped stars came out PERFECTLY clearly... love it! The red-white pattern was a great addition too. :)
Too funny - we attempted wind sock too (see my post from yesterday), and it didn't go nearly as well as yours. Emily is quite an artist. We haven't read this Corduroy book, it sounds lovely.
I love your wind sock. My son would love this. Maybe we will make one too. Have a wonderful weekend!
This wind sock is so cute! I'm featuring it on my blog with some other Fourth of July projects! You can check it out at http://sittingatourkitchentable.blogspot.com/2011/06/me-likey-monday.html
Have a great week!
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