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  2. Kia
    Jan 27 - 5:52 am

    I love your Pteranodon!
    What a sucessful outcome to a fun project =)

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:33 pm

      Thanks Kia!
      I was so surprised that it did turn out.

  3. Susie's Homemade
    Jan 27 - 9:41 am

    What a cute idea!!

  4. Julie
    Jan 27 - 11:50 am

    Wow, this is awesome! My kids will love this… if I can make it!

  5. Susan
    Jan 27 - 12:03 pm

    Thanks Ladies!

  6. Katie
    Jan 27 - 12:22 pm

    This is ADORABLE! I love it. Thanks!

  7. Cynthia
    Jan 27 - 3:56 pm

    That is really cute! It looks like you two did a great job.

  8. casey byrd
    Jan 27 - 6:19 pm

    that is SO cute!!!! omg! i wish my daughters school (she is also in K) took some initiative to let them learn in more hands on ways besides just coloring all day long. maybe i should share this with the teacher!@? i think i will! :) thanks!

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:31 pm

      Good point that I should appreciate the school doing such activities. The alternative of them just coloring all the time isn’t good.

  9. Patricia Knight
    Jan 27 - 7:56 pm

    My son is obsessed with Dinosaur Train this week as well. I actually homeschool my son and today everything we did centered around dinosaurs. I think we will do this activity tomorrow. Thanks for the idea!

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:29 pm

      Even my 9 year old nephew Jackson loves Dinosaur Train now. It’s so fantastic!

  10. Rachel
    Jan 28 - 11:28 am

    how cute! My kids will love this.

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:29 pm

      Definitely tell me if your kids make something like it.

  11. dahlia
    Jan 29 - 1:45 am

    Your dinosaur turned out really cute! Thanks for sharing the process of how you made it, along with the photo.

  12. Erica
    Jan 29 - 12:25 pm

    Okay, that is SUPER CUTE!

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:28 pm

      Thank so much Erica! I’m glad you like it.

  13. Nan
    Jan 29 - 7:20 pm

    You did a great job! But I’m right there with you that it’s a “mom project”. I have a kindergartener as well, and totally rebelled about the homework! It means I had to organize it, teach it and write it and remember to turn it in. grrrr….

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:27 pm

      LOL… We’ll rebel together.

  14. christieo
    Jan 30 - 12:00 am

    That turned out ADORABLE!!! A couple of years ago at my son’s preschool (he was 2 at the time) one of the teachers at his school asked for someone to make a fountain for their spring festival presentation. I’ve never made anything like this before and have NO IDEA why I raised my hand, but there I was, hand raised to make a fountain. A FOUNTAIN! I did hours and hours of research and was completely intimidated but in the end, it really was easy and came out pretty darned good (I must say myself), just a pump and a hose and a decorated piece of plywood and a bucket did the trick! Who knew! Great job, love the dinosaur! I’m still afraid of the impending projects though! LOL

    • Susan
      Jan 30 - 6:26 pm

      Wow! A fountain? That is a huge undertaking. Way to go with getting that done.

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