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Sarah is amazing! She has a wonderful blog of crafts, recipes, and photography. She graciously allowed me to share how to make these flag t-shirts.
|Harrison "modeling" the flag t-shirt|
Before making t-shirts, we made them on paper.
|The monster truck roll|
|Toy Story joining the party|
|Emily making a flag|
Emily, however, decided just to drive her truck around on paper. I must admit, that her truck was a lot harder to tip back and forth.
|Emily making the flag|
She had so much fun driving the car around that she turned her entire paper white!
Emily's Flag: a symbolic representation.
|The tractor got a chance|
The boys started to make flags as well: Harrison is working on his stripes while Joshua has started the stars. I just cut a blue piece of card stock into four equal parts. They added the stars with q-tips.
|Adding the stars|
Joshua soon realized he had too many stars--he decided it was the flag of the future!
|A Flag Acrostic|
F is for flapping in the wind.
L is for lowering the flag at night.
A is for answering the call of the flag.
G is for giving us a symbol of freedom.
I linked up with Fourth Grade Frolics for made it Monday!