Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Mrs. Wishy Washy

Continuing with the Farm:
We are reading the story of Mrs. Wishy Washy.  The class loves this story and the old tape that goes along with it.  So far we have done 2 Mrs. Wishy Washy projects.  This first project tells a lot about my class and students.  Some of them turned out so cute:
While others....  Well we are still working hard at following directions.

 There are some cute projects such as this Mrs. Wishy Washy cut and past at  You can click to get the pieces to make Mrs. Wishy Washy.  I printed them and traced around the pieces to help with the cutting problems we encounter.  She turned out cute and the kids could then act out the story at home.

My class loved this Mrs. Wishy Washy:

Here are the paper sizes and the directions:
background: 18" x 20" paper
Body: 1 blue rectangle 5"x9"
Head: 1 tan square 4"x4"
Arms: 1 Blue rectangle 1 1/2" x 8"
Hands: 1 tan rectangle 2"x4"
Feet: 1 red rectable 2"x4"
Precut apron shape
Precut Bandana Shape

Glue to blue body rectangle
Fold the Arms rectangle in half and cut on the line.
Glue on the two arems.
Fold the tan arms rectangle in half and cut on the line.  Cut off the corners of the squares to make arms.
Fold the red rectangle and cut on the line.  Cut off the corners of the squares to make red slippers.
Cut off the corners of the tan head square.  Glue on the head
Glue on the precut bandana
Glue on the precut Apron
Add details with crayons.

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