Monday, January 14, 2008

Unplug Project:Sculpture

Once again we joined Mom Unplugged for her group
project. This week is the theme is Sculpture.
Please join us and link back to her site here.

Here is what Princess did

She used modeling clay to make sushi and a lady with a hat and balloon.


Catching Fireflies said...

Looks fun!

We might try to get in on this today.

Your homeschooling area is gorgeous! It is just perfect. :)

Anonymous said...

Sushi? I love it! And it really does look like Sushi!

Does P like Sushi or has she just seen you eat it? I wish my kids would it it. Big sigh.

P did a great job. I am glad she had fun. Isn't it entertaining to see what they decide to create?

Thanks again for joining in! I hope next week's "toothpicks" isn't too strange, but it could be fun I think!

Heather said...

They look great. I love the Sushi. Glad you guys are feeling better.

Claire said...

Sushi, what a great idea!

Andrée said...

What a different world now: she is so young yet she knows sushi. I never knew what it was until my forties! And I still won't touch it. But her charming sculptures reminded me of the last time I used Play Dough: we made replicas of ancient oil lamps in my Sunday School class. I did great! I wish I had remembered this earlier (even though the lamp is long gone and would not have helped me with this project). I did the Puzzle Theme finally, since I missed it and have nothing to sculpt and no talent anyhow!

divinagrace said...

That looks like fun and very creative. I enjoyed this post!

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My homeschool buddies and I are all posting pics of our "home schools" as part of our idea sharing.

Plato said...

Knowledge which is acquired under compulsion has no hold on the mind. Therefore do not use compulsion, but let early education be a sort of amusement; you will then be better able to discover the child's natural bent .