Wednesday, October 27, 2010

stART- The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
This is such a fun book for this time of year!  Eva loves acting out the motions of all the things that follow the little old lady home so we get some movement in with a story.  Today we gathered up some materials and went outside to reenact the story.
First the shoes went CLOMP CLOMP,
the pants went WIGGLE, WIGGLE,
the shirt went SHAKE, SHAKE,
the gloves went CLAP, CLAP,
the hat went NOD, NOD,
and the scary pumpkin head went BOO, BOO!
Then we used all the materials to make a scarecrow just like the little old lady.  Eva helped crumple up newspaper for the stuffing.
When all the pieces were stuffed, we put our new buddy together on the front porch.
Are you afraid?  Eva isn't!
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  1. We just read this book yesterday. It is such a favorite! Cute addition to the book. :)

  2. I'm not familiar with this book, but will have to find it! Looks like lots of fun!

  3. I have never heard of this book but it sounds like a lot of fun. I love this activity too, I will have to see if our library has this book so we can try it out :0) Thank you for linking up to stART!

  4. I LOVE this! This book is one of our favorite Halloween books. We read it all year.

  5. This is so cute. I love the activity you did.

    JDaniel4's Mom

  6. This made me smile! What a cute way to make a Halloween doll!

    Love it!

    Kids Get Crafty

  7. That scarecrow is too cute to scare. My daughter read this book in preschool, but I've never read it! :)

  8. Wonderful, wonderful idea!! My son loves when he gets to act out the book and that is a perfect book for that!

  9. My oldest son just loves that book. He would LOVE to make his own scarecrow. Yours turned out cute.

  10. Oh that is just down right adorable!! Love it! Your daughter is such a cutie!