Friday, April 30, 2010

Photo Friday - Knobless Cylinders and Pink Tower / Broad Stairs Extensions

Yesterday, I was finally getting caught up on reading some of the blogs that I just love...

Enjoyed so many of the posts about various works  and projects that people have done this week...

As I was reading the post from Mi Escuelita Montessori, Little Bro happened to be standing over my shoulder and happened to see the awesome photos of the children working on their work...some Knobless Cylinder extensions and a Broad Stairs extension. He was so excited that he got out his work last night at 7 pm for this morning...

When he got up this morning, he got to work and made the Knobless Cylinder extnesions...he got a bit frustrated at first, because it took him a little more time and a little more steady handedness to get them to stack as he wanted them to do.

He first tried to stack them with a rug underneath and then, gave up on that and tried it with just our carpeting. and then, he decided to flip the cylinder storage boxes upside down and stacked them on top. that seemed to work best for him.

As he was working, Big Bro was just finishing up his morning work and decided to get into the action.

He asked Little Bro if he could please borrow the Broad Stairs as he wanted to make a skyscraper using the broad stairs and the pink tower.

They used our mini versions of the Broad Stairs and The Pink Tower for this, by the way, but it still stood nearly six feet tall!!!

Hope that you will enjoy these photos...happy Friday!

5 comments:

Mommy Moment said...

This is SO AWESOME!
Now Snow White wants to try to do this with the regular sized pink tower and brown stair LOL

Have a great day!

Jody

AndieF said...

My most recent post was about the knobless cylinders too! They are loving the knobless cylinders lately! My son loves to do the brown stair vertically too, but he hasn't tried the vertical brown stair/pink tower combo yet. But he saw your picture and now he wants to try it.

Grandma said...

Loved the pictures! Miss you guys. Love you.

Sue said...

Thank you so much for your recent visits to my site. I've got your button added to my button exchange page. The pic you used of your kids is so cute!!!

I've never seen knobless cylinders before. They look like so much fun!

Blessings to you,
Sue
(aka: The Homeschool Chick)

jojoebi said...

Great post, I will be linking this week. If you don't want to be featured please let me know.
Thanks.
Jo
http://themontessorigoldmine.blogspot.com/

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