A recent trip to the Dollar Store had secured some giant, sparkly shamrocks. That, along with our jewel supply, made for plenty of decorations. Assorted small boxes Green paint Green decorations — paper, cardstock, foam shamrocks, green jewels Multi-colored pipe cleaners Tape Glue stick.
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I cut off the tops and back of the boxes, then glued the two smaller granola bar boxes to the sides of the shoe box with hot glue to form the castle structure. I cut castle teeth along the top, then turned it over to Big M to decorate. She started by painting it all green.
We let the castle dry, and after quiet time, it was ready to embellish! I handed Big M a handful of multi-colored jewels and told her to sort out the emerald-colored ones. This is one of her new words this week, learned from reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz! She glued on jewels, big sparkly shamrocks, and some little ones from our punching activity in the morning. Then, she informed me, it needed a door. So I used an X-Acto knife to cut a drawbridge style door. She glued some green paint chips to it to create a walkway.
Last, she said it needed a rainbow, which I helped her create with some multi-colored pipe cleaners that we taped down to the inside of the top of the castle. What are your favorite Wizard of Oz activities? Share them with our readers in the comments below, and we will share them on our Facebook page and pin them to our Read! Great post!
My favourite part though is how you kept the littler one entertained, yet involved by adapting your activity to suit. We often do that around here…. Wonderful idea! This is such a fun activity! Barrymore Tithe Victory, The. There was a poor man and he had but one cow The Parson had seized her and well he knew how, So beauteous her horns and sleek Beer Beer Beer. A long time ago, way back in history, when all there was to drink was nothin but cups of tea. Along came a man by the name o Belfast Brigade. Bewitchin' Brenda.
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