Making Dream Catchers

Sophie has been having nightmares lately.
That makes a grand total of 3 children waking me up all night long.
I blame that damn Scooby-Doo show.
In hopes of getting even a little sleep, I took action.
We made dream catchers for school yesterday.
This kicked off our study of Native Americans.
It was delightfully simple.
First cut out the center of a paper plate.
Like such.
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Pick out a handful of beads, while simultaneously spilling them all on the floor.
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Grab a few feathers, and throw the rest around the room.
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While the older child strings on the beads without causing havoc, try to wrestle the yarn away from the toddler.
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An hour or two later, you should have something that looks like this.
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Finally, hang up your beautiful creations.
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Sounds like a boatload of fun, yes?
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Even if it only keeps one child out of my bed, I call it a win.
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Also, just because he is adorable.
The infant that slept through the whole process.

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