Hi Everyone!!! Good Morning to you!!! Hope you're having a great day! I am looking forward to the weekend. I get a little down time, but not much ~ that's ok ~ family time is awesome!!! We don't have to do much either. I find some of the great time is just being home and maybe play a board game or work on a puzzle together as a family. There are many funny times that can develop just from that. I have had some really great times when we do things like this.
I wanted to share this little neat project that I did for our son's class. I must preface this with his teacher speaking of teaching the children about the Cardinal Direction. I thought how would she do this. She said something about having them make their own, but didn't know how they'd turn out or if they would understand what she was trying to get across to them to make them. I presented her with these last night at the Parent Information night. She was very pleased and surprised. She asked our son if he had seen what I was working on. He said no my Mama didn't show me. Hehe, can you say they were both curious? I think she was trying to figure out what I was up to. I have many more ideas for her and her classroom. I can't wait to surprise her with the next few fun things I have in store. I will post them here first all of you get to see them before she does.
Cardstock in colors of your choosing
Brads for holding the arrows
In CCR I used Cricut Craft Room Basics. I sized my letters to fit within a 5" circle. I then put a tiny circle to the center for the brad to go through. This really helped to get things centered. The arrows move around nicely. I used my adhesive to attach the circles to one another; to not have adhesive come through where the letters are place your adhesive on the backside of the the circle with your letters. Have fun!!!
Grace & Peace,