Monday, September 17, 2012

The Princess and the Pea- The Noah Plan K Literature

The Noah Plan
Literature Week 7, Quarter 1

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The Princess and the Pea

So, as I have shared in a previous post, this isn't the first time I have used The Noah Plan Kindergarten Curriculum. I have to tell you that the history of The Princess and the Pea is still much easier for me to cover with my children than that of Jack and the Beanstalk

The background for The Princess and the Pea is pretty easy to research and the moral to the story is clear. Therefor, you will find an author's page for this story to go along with your child's notebook page.
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Craft a Princess and the Pea Notebooking Page!
I really enjoyed our discussion today about this book. How silly the prince was to ignore his parents' wisdom and counsel. He learned a lesson though, didn't he? What did the prince base his decision on about a true princess?  What does God look at?

Here's What We Did!

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Reading a story we enjoy.

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Tracing a craft stick for the mattresses.

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Glued a craft stick bed onto the notebook page with hot glue.

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We cut out scraps of scrapbooking paper for the mattresses.
They were glued down with a regular glue stick.
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We used felt for a blanket and for the princess' face.
Details of her face were added with markers.
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We hot glued on a split pea!
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Here is her beautiful individual notebooking page filed in her notebook.
This will be so special to look back on with her. :)
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Her older sister wanted to join in, too. So, here is her final product. :)

And, um.... guess what we're having for dinner tonight? 

Download your FREE notebook pages with traceable titles for The Princess and the Pea and Jack and the Beanstalk here.

There is also a FREE notebook page download without traceable titles for The Princess and the Pea and Jack and the Beanstalk here.


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