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stART – Penguin Craft

27 Mar

This week we continued with our Antarctica animal theme. We read the two books we had on penguins.

The first books wan entirely on emperor penguins. The second was about one penguin’s quest to find a million. We did some counting activity with fish crackers as well as used measuring tape to measure and compare our sizes to the size of a penguin.

These we the materials we used for our penguin craft. These are jello container. The bell shape was perfect for this craft.

We started off by filling one container with fish. The boys enjoyed pretending being penguins and eating up fish. We talked about some of the other things that penguins eat.

Then I applied glue to the mouth of the container. The boys placed the other container onto the first one to form the body of the penguin.

Next I cut out flippers, eyes, beaks and feet for them to glue on. Lastly, we squished some white paper into a ball for egg that rest on the penguin’s feet, just like the emperor penguins.

(Looking at the picture now, we probably should have lowered the flippers!)

 
3 Comments

Posted by on March 27, 2012 in Art & Craft, Reading/Books

 

3 responses to “stART – Penguin Craft

  1. ummasara

    May 9, 2012 at 9:44 am

    Assalamu alaikum
    MashaAllah you guys did wonderful work with Antarctica animals. My son studied about oceans and continents last month and he is really into Antarctica and Arctic mashaAllah
    So now we are learning all about ocean animals especially Arctic ones. Inshaallah we will be using some of your crafts.
    Jazakhallahu khair for sharing.

     
    • Umm Sayang

      May 30, 2012 at 3:02 pm

      Assalamulaikum Umm Sara.
      Masha-Allah, it’s nice to know Ibrahim is also a fan on the cold continent. Pls post your crafts Insha-Allah.

       
  2. sketchedsoul

    July 7, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    As-salaamu’alaykum
    Haha…this is so cute, love the idea…thank you for sharingđŸ™‚

     

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