Wow, what a great day and group for a princess tea party! The students created their own princess tiaras to wear to our Princess Tea party this afternoon. Some of the materials students were able to use were : Rubber bands, construction paper, craft sticks tape, beads, plastic head bands, yarn, fabric, glue, glue sticks, sequins, beads, plastic jewels.
What princess doesn’t love GLITTER, BEADS, AND JEWELS!
BEAUTIFUL PRINCESSES WITH THEIR TIARAS!
Princesses enjoying afternoon tea, cookies, and cupcakes!
Day 3 of STEM Camp, the students enjoyed building a carriage for Cinderella. The carriage had to be at least 20 inches tall and had to have reins for at least 1 horse. Some of the supplies the students were able to use were: Rubber bands, construction paper, craft sticks, tape,tag board, cardboard, yarn, glue, glue sticks, old boxes, paper towel or toilet paper rolls, bottle caps, antibacterial wipe containers
Getting ideas by checking out Cinderella’s carriage in a You Tube clip.
Who has heard of the Paper Bag Princess? I know this was new to Mrs. DeLong and I and a few of the kids in class. However, this did not stop us from creating awesome castles for the Princess.
Watching and Listening to the story the Paper Bag Princess
Brainstorming Ideas to create the Castle. Here are some of the materials the students were able to use: Rubber bands, construction paper, craft sticks, tape, tag board cardboard, yarn, fabric, glue, glue sticks, old boxes, paper towel or toilet paper rolls.
Shopping for our supplies! The kids love this part and get so creative!
Working together and creating our castles!
Check out these FANTASTIC CASTLES!