Monday, October 29, 2007

Group Pumpkin Project

It's Monday, so it's time to unplug your kids!

The project this week was to use paint,paintbrushes and pumpkins
and let your kids decorate it! Princess had a small pumpkin from the Autumn Festival we
attended last weekend, so she painted that.
Here are some pictures:
Just a reminder to anyone who may have missed it last week, the "Monday Book Post" has been moved to Tuesday so we can take part in the group project at Unplug your kids.


Heather said...

Looks Great.

Mariposa said...

P looks like she is having a great time.

Anonymous said...

Nicely done pumpkin, and very red! It looks like Princess had fun.

Your photos remind me that I need to get my no-spill paint pots out now that we are doing more painting. Aren't they a great invention?

Enjoy your week, and thanks again for joining in!

Daphne said...

We posted our pumpkins too :) We used little bitty ones... that was a challenge. I love P's shirt - I might have to acquire something similar for Soph.

Tamara said...

Wow - she looks way into it - very focused on making it red! Looks like fun!

Jenny said...

Wow- I just can't imagine having all those paint pots available! CJ would go crazy with them. I guess that's the difference a couple of years makes! I love Princess's bright red pumpkin- my favorite color. :o)

Amber said...

I love the pumpkin! Princess you did a nice job!

chanale said...

It looks like she had fun with it! In the second to last photo, the pumpkin face is so slick with paint it almost looks alive and wiggly.

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