Monday, April 2, 2012

My Kid's Drawing



 Felt happy when my kid  writing x-ray. He's  talking about the  kid in the x-ray.   He  got this from their school.  My kids x-ray was created after reading the alphabet  with   his  drawing book. a  bit   more tangible for him   plus it's  a great into his  own alphabet lesson for the week.   I am very happy that he learn a lot of  stuffs. he is good in spelling he can read and write .  very common "xylophone starts with the letter x"  He decided to  use x-ray instead. The teacher will  show this x-rays from their school read book about skeleton, and my kid talk about x-rays.  Being inside of the body.  he is confusing how the kid get an x-ray and I could explain to him that it need to have the x-ray  because people is sick and need  a check up to the doctor.  He is good in drawing I want him to learn more in reading he keeps study his lesson when we get home from  his school more interesting in drawing and also in reading.  fun and different and sure to capture your child's imagination.  This is my son's creativity I am a proud mom.


kids x-ray fish craft

How to Make your kids Fish craft

Print out  X-Ray Fish Template. Cut out the template pieces and trace them to the black paper. Cut out the pieces. Make sure to cut the center out of the large fish shape so that you are left with the outline only.
Cut a rectangular piece of contact paper that is slightly bigger than the large fish outline.
Peel the back  of the contact paper. Lay the big fish outline onto the sticky side of the contact paper. Put the rest of the pieces of the fish where they belong in the large fish outline on the contact paper.
Peel the back of the contact paper. Lay the big fish outline in to the sticky side of the contact paper

 Put the rest of the pieces of the fish where they belong in the large fish outline on the contact paper.
Cut out a second rectangular piece of contact paper. Remove the backing off the contact paper an stick it to the piece of contact paper that has the fish on it. Be careful as you lay it down so that you don't get too many air bubbles  because once the two sides touch they don't come apart easily Trim the excess contact paper away from the outline of the fish.This fish craft for preschoolers is fun and different

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