I thought we were going to start school last week. Hmmmm. I have noticed that I tend to procrastinate more as I have gotten older. I didn't get half of the things done that I wanted to over the weekend, and since it was E's birthday week, and we were still recouperating from illnesses, I decided to just wait until this week to start up again.
We did, however, do some activities for Epiphany! I saw this neat and EASY art project, and thought we would do something similar. I don't have step by step pictures, but here's what we did:
I only have large white paper, so I had E color the whole page with different blue, gray, and black crayons. Since I wanted to do this project, too, I chose to paint my page with blue and black paint. I had E use crayons so she could move directly to the next step without waiting for paint to dry.
I made a star stamp (like our fish stamp) and let her stamp all over the paper with white and yellow paint. Then we let our paintings dry for a day and I put them under some weights to flatten out a bit.
The next day, I had cut triangles, circles and a star for each of us. We glued our triangles onto the paper, and topped them with a circle. Then it was time to decorate with glue, glitter, and sequins! After decorating was done, we added our star for the wise men to follow.
I put my picture behind our nativity set,
E's went up on our new art display I created on the back of my kitchen cabinets.