Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The envious elbow spied on the mabsoot robot, or Popsicle stick puzzles.



First we put masking tape on one side of our Popsicle stick square:



Then we turned the sticks over and drew self-portraits using letters of the alphabet (Ws or Ss for hair; U for the face; Os for eyes; L for the nose; Cs for ears; P for the mouth; Vs for eyebrows):





When we were done we took the tape off:



Scrambled the sticks:



And put them back together:





We put rubber bands on to store:



Check out We Made It, Friday Showcase at Ramblings of a Crazy Woman for more ideas.

7 comments:

Amanda said...

I saw these posted on another blog recently too! I might just have to break out the popsicle sticks soon!

Valerie said...

Great idea and so easy to do! I bet my daughter would really enjoy this... thanks!

jennwa said...

Great project. I love inexpensive things from around the house that we can use to teach our kids.

Thanks for linking and have a great weekend.

Katie said...

Fun, we used to make these at the beginning of the year during out All About Me theme only we used a picture and the child's name. Then a few would be put out each day in a center and everyone would have fun making each other's name.

~Bobbi~ said...

How fun! Your boys are adorable!

sandersmemoirs said...

What a great way to incorporate the alphabet into a fun art project. Well done.

Susanne said...

What a great idea! And I love how you incorporated using letters in the drawing!