We're studying bones and I had each one trace their hands and fill in w/ the bones on the inside of it.
Yes, even Ms. Summer participates at times w/ our lessons. I know she's in pajamas but hey, we weren't going anywhere and I was too lazy to tell her to get dressed.
Nik, putting together a skeleton. Then, I'd say where's the skull and they'd have to point. Nik had trouble w/ the humerous but seemed to get femur.
Everyone working on their hands.
Summer's crazy look. Don't you just love the papers all over the floor.
Next project we did that day was to make a backbone out of a pool noodle.
Goofy. Each got a turn. A rope (dog leash we used), pool noodle cut into 24 pieces, and elastic hairbows are all that is needed for this.
We talk about the backbone as we do the project. They really got this one.
Backbone was getting longer and longer.