The children decided that since the neck has been made and reinforced by using a double layer of the chicken wire the next logical step should be the creation of the head. They wanted to test the stability of the neck. Could it hold the head? Peek inside our classroom to find the answer to that question.
The duo working on the head decided that the head should be as similar to a triangle as possible. The top of the head should have a slight arch, or as one of the children said, “a part of a circle.”
The children have all decided that the ears, eyes, antlers, and tail should be made from natural items.
- cutting chicken wire
- meshing the body, the neck and the head together so that it holds
- PTC tomorrow, please sign up using the signup genius sent home earlier this week. See Darrell if none of these times work with your schedules and accommodations will certainly be made.
- Pre K Happenings, Monday, May 22 from 6:00-7:00 in the Honeysuckle Vine room
- Deer celebration in the Woods, Wednesday, May 31 at 9:45. Shhh, it’s a surprise for the children. Meet us at the spot where we first saw the deer in September.
- New Parent Pre K Reception, May 31, 6:00-7:30
- Friday, June 2, White House Tour, 10:30. There will be a bus fee. Look for permission forms and information soon.