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Archive for September, 2014

Minion madness

Youngest daughter went to a Minion themed party last night. I think they stuffed themselves with pizza and popcorn and had a Despicable Me fest, but for a gift my daughter and I drew these little canvases for the birthday girl:

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As luck would have it I had saved the bright yellow gift bag Youngest Daughter got from the Big Brownie Birthday bash in the summer and we turned it into a minion gift bag:

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Job’s a good ‘un 🙂

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Cave Painting with Year 4

I just wanted to share my example drawings:

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They are done on screwed up paper with chalk and charcoal.

We are doing Stone Age to Bronze Age at school and I got to team teach.  Cool.

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