when the puzzle was all together, the kids were anxious to get busy with the project in front of them. The first was trying to get the mother sheep to her lamb without crossing over a line. They all did very well with that one. The next picture had them find the differences in the two pictures and they had no problem finding the differences.
You can tell that Hyrum likes yellow easter eggs!
Next I gave them a white sheet of paper, then a strip of green paper. The green was to be the grass at the bottom of the page. Then I gave them their choice of various bugs, butterflies, and flowers to put in the grass along with some little decorated eggs. Then I gave them the chick, the colored eggs and showed how to add them to the page.
Sam chose an orange egg
And Janaye like the purple egg shell for her baby chick
This book was a hidden picture within a picture, or try to find the bunnies, chicks or colored eggs. The kids had a great time doing this.
We ended our day with listening to the bells and bid adieu until Thursday when we will hunt hidden eggs in the back yard, play some Easter music, and read some more fun stories.