Little L. wanted to do some craft out of the blue. As Thanksgiving is coming I came up with the idea of a corn craft. It’s popular food on the Thanksgiving table in the US.
While we were making our corn project, we were talking about Thanksgiving. Families and friends come together and thank for all the happiness, and blessings in their lives with a big feast.
Other foods they serve are turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, carrots, corn and cranberry sauce among many others.
So after having drawn the corn and its leaves, we glued the corn’s inside and sprinkled it with dry corn kernels. Like every year, I explained that corn kerners are not the seeds of the plant, but inside the kernel you can find the seed.
While we were adding the corn, E. also joined us. I spelt out C-O-R-N as I was writing it on the top of my page and Little L also made a C on hers.
E. decided to write der Mais on the top of her page (she does enjoy her German studies at school).
While having fun with the corn craft, in the background the Thanksgiving playlist was going.
And here are our final final art works: