Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Cardboard project: a wagon

Next week we start our 2010-11 school year.  Of course, Miss M is only in preschool, so it's a very easy school year.  I expect we'll do about an hour a day of "schoolwork" and the rest of the time will be spent learning through play as kids ought to do.

Today Miss M wanted to do a craft, so I gave her some pieces of cardboard to decorate and we assemled them into a wagon.  (Yes, the wheels are from Laughing Cow cheese boxes...it's dangerous to have in the house as I tend to eat it all day long till it's gone!)


It's perfect to carry her sidewalk chalk!

Little Guy likes to ride his big sister's tricycle.


It's follow-the-leader on wheels!


In sewing news, I finally started sewing my Fall SWAP.  Yesterday I made two pairs of knit pants and today I nearly finished a bodysuit (like a long-sleeved t-shirt that snaps between the legs...it'll be great for wearing under pinafores and skirts!)  Once the top is finished, I'll get some pictures and post them here.

3 comments:

  1. Little Guy has grown so much over the past few months! Looks like y'all were having fun outside. Can't wait to see what this year's SWAP looks like.

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  2. Look how big he is now! Looks like lots of fun.

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  3. Very cute wagon. You are so resourceful!

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