A house complete with a basement.
The kids used popsicle sticks to make a bridge that turned into a train track that turned into a bow an arrow that turned into a boat. Lots of glue, lots of popsicle sticks, lots of time. It was a cool project that did on all on their own.
Emily made a house for her doll. She wanted a hammock for the baby so I quickly crocheted some chords and we used them to tie the play silks to the chair. The house included a kitchen, bedroom, and play area.
Nathan made himself a desk that stayed around for a few days. He used the popsicle sticks to make letter shapes on his own. They just happened to spell HAT.
This months wool project was making gnomes using wool and wool felt. The kids helped me make a pattern and do a bit of the sewing. It took a few days to make all three and they quickly joined the play.
Emily’s duplo houses are becoming more and more complex here. This one had interior and exterior sections and multiple floors.
A huge house built in our living room!
We spent some time making patterns from our acorn and peach pit collection. The kids loved it and tried making more complex patterns in both directions.