Ole Time Houses - Part 2
Today the Imaginators painted their houses and added some clay trees, dogs or cats, sand and some patchy grass to the yards. Take a look at their finished creations!
It was the perfect way to end off our Know Your Country week!
See what they produced at The Reading Garden!
Today was an exciting day at Camp Imaginators! For our Reading Garden session the children listened to a local folktale about Papa Bois and to tie in with the feeling of this story I decided we would build a miniature 'ole time house using palette sticks, cardboard and glue!
The Imaginators all got directed on building the walls and then the A frame for the roof but the aunties handled the hot glue guns needed to make sure our houses would stand strong.
Later in the week they will get to go to town painting them up and I even promised to pull out some molding clay (always a hit in the art room) so they could make people, a coal pot or maybe a pot hound for the yard! So stay tuned for how this project turns out but for now take a look at what we've done so far! :)
See what they did at The Reading Garden!
Be a fly on the wall in our art room! Take a look at what we do, how we do it and the smiles that I get to see week after week :)