|At the library|
|Working on a car trip!|
This month is going by quickly!
|Monkey One went as a Zombie Soldier, Monkey Two went as a Harlem Globetrotter|
I found a AMAZING vintage Harlem Globetrotter shirt at my local second hand shop for 4 bucks- SCORE!
|My mom made these beautiful candy bags for the boys- She sewed the bags then make custom appliqué|
|We got together with two other families for a Halloween Chili Pot luck- I made corn bread|
and our host had these delicious cookies for the adults.
|A post trick or treat pose|
|One of the highlights of my night was the kids auctioning and trading their candy afterwards.|
|And the next day the monkeys organized their candy by type-|
We then counted and graphed them- everything is a lesson!
Hope you all had a Happy Halloween!
|Snack with (ahem, store bought) Halloween cookies|
|Add two excited monkeys|
|Scoop out goop|
|carve it out|
|drawn on it (?!)|
|make assemble line to de-goop seeds|
|sort clean seeds|
|Place on tray in sun and wait for them to dry|
|Making Oatmeal Cookies|
|Eating Oatmeal Cookies|
|spraying olive oil onto the Kale Chips|
|dicing the bread cubs for meat balls|
|The lighter is a necessity as we love to burn incense while we work|
|I opted for a tape measure because he likes using them|
|We figured out we needed 12 links on our chain|
|We chose colors- in this case primary colors-|
We calculated how many strips of paper we should divide each piece into
Measured them (just for fun and practice)
|Cut them slowly and carefully|
|Decided on a pattern- and started glueing them and holding them for a count of 30 seconds|
Counting forward, counting backwards, counting by twos to…60, counting by fives, etc.
|And now we have a visual count down chain|