Winter on the Farm!

Sunday, January 13, 2013


After twenty years of my districts Open House being in May this year it is in two weeks! Why January I don't really know?? But I do know it's throwing me into a tizzy trying to get ready without the benefit of a years work to display for our families. Sooo we decided to keep with a farm theme again (Rain forest and Ocean are harder to fit into fall and winter). I'm trying to "tweak" things so they have a a bit of a winter flair! Our farm quilt has a cute little snow person for each child. And each child made a cow or hen.



I added snowflakes around the edges 
which looks fun too!
I'll take another picture so you can see.



This is our Pp is for penguin which the children put in their ABC art book. This book won't be complete for open house this year. But the good news is I almost have a pattern book complete and I hope to have it posted by the first of February!


Here is our Science Journal page for sheep. I know  it's not winterized but we are trying to complete a shorter version for our Open House! A little cotton ball makes the head pop out, and then the snow in a bag is used for the wool. I just bought a giant bag for  a dollar at CVS pharmacy tonight. Love those after Christmas bargains!


Here is our cute little polar bear
 he goes in our Science  Journal. 


The darling clip art I'm using this week is from 

The "Draw and Write" this week is a
 cute little sleeping bear. I don't have a sample of the writing yet, the kids will complete this activity during centers this week.

My snowman headbands are a fun addition for write the room in January.Check out the Dollar Tree for really fun Valentine's Day headbands! 


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