Saturday, May 12, 2012

I got an X-ray at school today!


Our show and tell letter "X" became a lesson on bones.
On black paper trace the child's arm and hand with a white crayon.
Use Q-tips on Elmer's glue for the bones. 
The parents loved it!
Also, great writing for kids not yet in kindergarten!






My 100th Post!!

23 comments:

Jeny said...

Wow, it is a very nice post.......security x-ray training

Deb Chitwood said...

The "x-rays" are awesome, Carolyn! Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday. I pinned your post to my Human Body Unit Study Pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/debchitwood/human-body-unit-study/

Inspired Montessori and Arts said...

Thank you again, Deb, for your attention to our curriculum.

Anonymous said...

AWESOME thank you!!!!

pinkoddy said...

That is a brilliant idea!
Thanks for sharing.

genamayo said...

Great idea!
--Gena at ichoosejoy.org

Savannah McQueen said...

This is great! Thanks for sharing and please consider adding this to the home school resource website, "Look What We Did." http://lookwhatwedid-homeschool.blogspot.com

Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk said...

Thanks for linking up to Mom's Library! I love this activity. We will be heading to the hospital soon for some x-rays and i may use this as a way to get my Little Mister ready!
New follower!

Charlene said...

what a cute idea...thanks for sharing on Hey Mom, Look What I Did at Adventures In Mommy Land!!

Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk said...

Hi,
Loved this so much, I featured it this weeks Mom's Library Link-Up. Hop over a grab an I was Featured on Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk button! Can't wait to see what you have to link up this week!

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RNspiration said...

What a great teaching tool! Such an original idea.

Inspired Montessori and Arts said...

Thank you for all the nice comments.
This is so easy for adults to do with children while only needing paper, a crayon and Q-tips. Simple and so cute.

Ticia said...

Congratulations on your 100th post!

I bet they loved making their x-ray hands.

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Jeff said...

We used this idea today in our little preschool. The kids LOVED it and thought it was so cool. Thanks for sharing! -Rebecca

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