Thursday, July 31, 2014

Beach Stone Totems

 

 

This is an activity I highly recommend for the lazy summer afternoons. In the hours when it was unbearably hot we usually retreated in the coolness of the house and dived into crafts and reading books. 

For this activity we collected stones at the beach. We searched for particular ones - thin, flat and  elliptic because I wanted us to make totems. 

We used tempera paints and consulted thistolearn about Native American Totems and their meaning.

 





6 comments:

the cape on the corner said...

that is such a cute idea! we do a luau party every year, and what a great activity this could be for the kids. i'd like to make one, too.
b

Ira Huberts said...

What a fun idea, love how you transformed your stones into small pieces of art Maya. Hope you had a wonderful birthday!
Ira’s Crea Corner

Linda Powell said...

A very creative idea for the children to cool off and invest a bit of time with crafting and learning Maya xx

Ingrid Kopka said...

How cool! Such a brilliant creative idea, thank you!

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Ingrid
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Keerti said...

This is really cool.

OksanaB said...

So colorful and absolutely adorable!