Thursday, October 29, 2009

stART Moon Cookies

I have been excited to do this stART project this week. I could hardly wait to get it going to see just how Selena would like it, or maybe to see if I would enjoy it! Anyway here we go:

We chose a book by Lisa Shulman, The Moon Might Be Milk.

100_1705 Selena was very excited to read this book again, and now she knew something fun was in store as I had already set up everything we needed for our stART project.

The story is about a little girl who wants to know what the moon is made of. She soon discovers that everyone has their own opinion of what they think the moon is made of.

100_1706The cat thought it was made of milk!

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The hen thought it was an egg!

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The butterfly thought it was sugar!

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The dog thought it was butter!

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The mouse thought it was flour!

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When Grandma was asked, she just mixed all the ingredients!

Now I am not going to share the recipe, you have to go get the book to discover that for yourself. I know your kids will love this book, it is such a cute story with great illustrations. Anyway here is what we came up with!

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Our little MOONS!!

Come on over to A Mommy’s Adventure and see what others are doing in stART, join in while you are there it is so much fun to bring our little one’s books to life through art!

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16 comments:

  1. What fun!!! I will definitely be checking out this book. Thank you for linking up :0)

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  2. I have never heard of this book before. I may have to check it out just so I can learn how to make "moon cookies" now.

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  3. This is one we may have to copy - what fun!

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  4. Great project!!!! I do a lot of baking with Ryleigh- I'm sure she would love this one :)

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  5. How fun - I bet Anna would love to be right up there with Selena enjoying that cookie. I already added this book to our reading list based on your Saturday review.

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  6. Juliet would love this. I am going to look for this book!

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  7. I have never heard of this book, but I love the concept. I have to get this from the library. Your project is so cute. Very nice!

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  8. I LOVE what you did with this book! Your projects and teaching ideas are always so unique and fun.

    I've never heard of this book, but am so curious now. I am requesting it and plan to do this same thing with Joe.

    SO FUN!

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  9. I recently read another post about this book - it sounds so good! I love the project you did with it!

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  10. I have never heard of this book before. Now you have me very curious. I'll have to make a library trip. Really like the activity as well. I think we may have to try it out. Too fun!

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  11. I have never heard of this book either, but I will definitely look for it. It sounds really cute! What a fun way to retell the story and end up with a cookie:)

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  12. That sounds like a cute book!

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  13. I have not come across this book before, but after your recommendation I will be keeping an eye out for it. I love that your project involved cooking - such hands on creative fun.

    Thank you for popping by my blog. I really enjoy meeting creative mums, like yourself, through the blogosphere. I will add myself as a follower to your blog.

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  14. I never thought about how all the ingredients for the recipe are moon colored. Fun.

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