I love this cute idea from Stuff by Ash. I really wanted to do this with my two little things, I mean boys. Isn’t it cute? Please go visit her blog for how to make this cute craft.
One thing my kindergarteners loved was Oobleck. Now the book Bartholomew and the Oobleck is way too long for five and six-year-olds, so I had to summarize it. But they loved making and playing with this stuff! Google Oobleck and you’ll find the recipe or visit Ehow.
Little Man #1 (my little Betty Crocker) really wanted to make a cake for Dr. Seuss and we found these adorable cupcakes over at Kitchen DoughDough. But we won’t be making them today. I’ll just let him eat the cotton candy, I’m pretty sure that will ease the disappointment.
Once I was feeling a little better, I did help him make a Cat in the Hat.
I cut the pieces from a template I had from my teaching days and let him glue and color. He did such a good job! But he still asked if we were going to make a cake. Rats!
These are shelves in the playroom. Kohls often has Dr. Seuss books with the characters ($5 each). I always scoop them up! We have more in the toy box!
Well friends, that’s all I can give you for today. Happy birthday to Dr. Seuss and thanks for creating such great books and characters!