Just a reminder that the Rainbow themed math party is this Friday at noon--see the post I made below for the details.
ONE MORE THING, though, that was not part of the original announcement:
As most of you know, we normally do a book project for the Author's Fair, which is the first Sat. in April. This year we are doing sensory poetry, and will be making our own watercolored papers that we will then use for the artwork. I'll explain more in a separate post, but for now, I just wanted to let you know that I am planning to have the kids start their painting on Friday at the Math party! We will have the school-age kids in the adjoining classroom, and start at noon. If you are not able to make it to the party by noon, don't worry--this is something you can do at home with your kids too. (And if you can't come to the party at all, you can still be part of the book project--we are just getting a jump start on Friday.) The big kids will paint until about 12:30-45, when we will start the fun math/rainbow activities in earnest.
The moms and tots can hang out in the regular room. And if any of you don't want your kids painting, no worries--just come and hang out and play. : )
If you do want your kids to paint, then I recommend you bring the following:
--play clothes on your kids, or smocks
--any watercolor paints, if you have them
--any brushes, if you have them.
--and any watercolor paper you might have on hand. (but thick paper is not necessarily good for the project, so don't pull out your really good stuff)
I think the book project is going to be really fun, and painting with a rainbow of colors seemed an appropriate activity for our fun rainbow math party!
Post comments here if you have any questions. : )