Spring has arrived and brought us a new nanny, L. from California. Unfortunately, how long she’ll stay is uncertain, but even a few months will do. Here is a fun craft activity they did together.
I found this snowdrop idea on pinterest:
While E. was in the nursery I prepared the following:
|The quality of the pictures are so poor… sorry.|
- 15-16 cotton pads cut-outs
- blue construction paper
- green construction paper (the leaf cut-outs)
- green markers
L, our new nanny came at 5 and they immediately sat down to make the snowdrops excitedly. I made an example for them to follow to make the whole process easier.
They started with drawing the stems and gluing the leaves.
They also coloured the snowdrops’ top green:
“I need more snowdrops”
Adding some more snowdrops:
We displayed them on the living room door:
Of course, this wasn’t their first occasion to meet but the 3rd or 4th. However, E. and L. hit it off at the very beginning. E. needed time to realise L. doesn’t understand when she mixes some Hungarian in her talk. I’m glad to say E. uses less and less Hungarian when she speaks English, and not only when our new nanny is around. Thanks, L! We’ve really needed the native input.
If you liked this flower craft have a look at other flower projects we’ve had:
Colour changing flower experiment
Flowers made out of crepe paper and bottle tops