Month: February 2016

Study on Georgia O’Keeffee

I came across this post from Mary Making and went right out to Home Depot to get some roofing felt.  This was such a fun project for our art co op.  We have a mixed age group (prek, kinder, and 1st) and it worked beautifully with everyone.  Even the Moms jumped in on this one. We used chalk instead of soap and it washed off wonderfully (after the acrylic is dry). The great news is that a GIANT roll of roofing felt is only $20 from your local home improvement store.  We have about half a roll left after...

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Milk Jug Igloo

I’m sure you’ve seen milk jug igloos around the internet.  We decided to try making one with our preschool co-op during our polar pear unit.   We collected milk jugs from the neighborhood until I ran out of space in the storage area I had available for them.  This gave us enough to form the walls, but not the top.  Which was fine because the project took longer than I anticipated! We used hot glue to hold everything together and I wasn’t pleased with the finished stability.  The glue wasn’t enough to keep the various shaped/sized jugs together easily....

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