I am not finished yet because I want to make it so so so beautiful! - Adaline
From earlier in the week...
Seon - There're a lot of twins! I am using twins, twin acorns. No one wants the feathers.
Ellie - I want feathers. Brigitte can I have the big mosquito?
Brigitte - Yes of course you can use it.
Ellie - But can you bring it for me?
Fay- Do you want me to give it to you? And it's not a mosquito, it's a cicada!
Ellie - My bug is so silly!
Fay - I found so many cicadas, I had to borrow a cage from my neighbor so I could put the live ones in a cage and the dead ones too.
Ava - Green paper! my favorite and tiny pinecones. I found a beautiful stick to glue on my collage.
Seon - Twin buttons! So many twins.
Eliza - Oooh... ginkgo leaves, I am going to put glue on it.
Gracie - I found an itty bitty acorn and sticks.
Jack- A big piece of bark, I want to put crystals on the bark. I made a rock family, that is me, that is my grandpa, and that all the rest of my family. I want to fill the whole thing.
Zari - Green rocks, green is my favorite color because it's the color of my daddy's favorite Eagles. When they won my mommy yelled "Eagles!" My mommy gave my daddy an eagle shirt. I am putting seashells too, it looks like the beach. I love the beach, we went to the beach for my Daddy's birthday, and I saw eagles there.
Will- For the pinecones, I probably need to put the glue on the base.
Adeline- These are shiny.
Pierce - (holding up a piece of bark) Do you know if I found this!
Adaline - If you want to make it beautiful - you put on this (referring to items on her collage)
Will - I bet this glue is pretty strong.
Eliza - I want to glue while working. I want some leaves, ginkgo leaves are hard to stick.
Jack - There's some new materials!
Charlton - I know where this feather come from: a robin !
Ford - (Attaching bark to his wooden base) It won't stick!
Adaline - It has to dry. When it's dried it will stick.
Rawls - I like (the materials) because they're so awesome. Because they're nature. Because they're from outside, from a tree. The rocks are from land. But not that paper. Paper is from inside
Pierce - Paper comes from trees.
Rawls - No, it's made out of trees. From any type of part. It falls down and then you can smooth it and then it turns like paper. Like this part of the tree (pointing to the bark).
Pierce - Strong paper. It comes from CVS. When you chainsaw it, then you get strong paper. When it's died. When it's Halloween. You cut the log.
Sewing a new skirt for the bathroom sink
Return of the Haunted House
We can probably expect to see a lot of Halloween-inspired construction for the next month!
Who would live in a house like this?
Whit - All the bad guys!
Ford - And the only thing they eat is blood.
Whit - (Adding more small pieces) These are the bad guy traps.
The children were delighted when they learned the structure could remain in construction until Monday!
This week our table setters were Bailee, Eliza, Isabelle, Whit, Zari, Seon, Fay, and Rawls.
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