Monday, February 11, 2008

Celebrating Lincoln's Birthday

That would be tomorrow. Hurry, and assemble just a few things and have some fun!

  1. Have the kids make a Lincoln Log Cabin centerpiece for the tableDo copywork on this stationary - you could use one of his quotes.
  2. Make penny rubbings - or combine it with this poem for your copywork
  3. Like making cabins? Here's another one.
  4. And an Abraham Lincoln coloring page to color during story time
  5. Generate a Lincoln math puzzle.
  6. And read some books! This year we have: A. Lincoln and Me, Abe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books , Abe Lincoln Remembers, and Abe Lincoln and the Muddy Pig
  7. Had to add this one that I remembered clipping from a magazine. A little more effort, but sooo worth it: Martha Stewart's penny fashion!

For more links, Dawn just put up this post.


Jacki said...

Thanks for the log cabin ideas! We have some empty shoe boxes and this is a great idea for them. Definitley will keep Emma occupied while I clean. :-)

Anonymous said...

Great ideas!! Thanks for making this easier for me.

Anonymous said...

BTW, the link is wrong for the quotations. You have http:// in there twice.

Alicia said...

Thanks, Leslie..fixing that now...