Thursday, January 28, 2010

Paper Boats

A couple of Wednesdays ago, a boy at church showed Cade and Ian how to make paper boats.  They have been making and mastering them ever since that day.  Cade and Ian have been making them for their little boys, too. 

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This is the ship that Cade wanted to display.  I just love his sail!

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Ian’s fleet

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  This is the ship that Ian wanted to display.  Look at those oars!

I love to watch their “wheels spinning” while they are creating and building different things.  Boys definitely think different than girls:)  I love watching these differences!!

8 comments:

knit1kids4 said...

Wow - those are amazing! Boys are so different from girls!

Kristy said...

Those are so neat! I can tell they put a lot of work into them.

The Adventures of a Simple Life said...

Good job, boys! You'll have to make my kids some when we come into town next time!
Love,
Mrs. Christine

Jenn said...

Those are great!!! I can picture their concentration as they made them!!

Cinnamon said...

Too creative!!! You're right boys and girls are different. Girls would have colored theirs :-) hee hee

~Cinnamon

8)(8 said...

I love those. What fun! I love when kids design their own toys. It will give them many hours of fun and creativity.

Mountain Mama said...

Those are really cute - and creative! I bet they would do great at clipping each others hair - ha ha!

Anonymous said...

It was fun making them.
Ian.