Hazel: "Mom, I have a brownie for you."
Me: "You do, oh, good."
Hazel: "Here it is."
So our children's librarian did this joke to Hazel and me. Since Hazel was the one interested in the brownie, she went over to get it and she got a construction paper letter E. Of course then there was no stopping her. She wanted to do the joke to everyone (and to me about 100 times). She brought the brown E with her to school and did it to everyone she saw. She took it to church...well you get the picture. Luckily she thought the joke was really funny and was not upset about not getting an actual brownie.
|Hazel's Sparkly H|
|Hazel's Heart A|
Since I was just sitting there, I decided to make one. I made a colorful C first.
Then the children's librarians and I were talking about all the different things you could do, and I came up with this one. Can you figure it out?
We kept joking and talking and next I came up with:
Then I drilled the librarians. One was very good at getting them all.
One librarian is named Paige and we talked about making her a P made out of book pages or at least paper cut to look like pages. I don't know if they ever did though. This was all part of their Brain Building Week. They had some math activities and engineering activities on other days. Plus they gave the kids stickers and/or hats.
For some more letter fun we found Kathy Ross Crafts: Letter Shapes book. I haven't shown it to Hazel yet, but am guessing we may be trying to make some.
You can also check out some of the puzzles over at Math Is Fun like The Letter H Puzzle.
Now for our answers: I see and the letter L. Do you have any good letter puzzles or ideas to make these letters?