A “Dalahäst” is a Swedish tradition. “Dala” is short for “Dalarna”, which is the province the tradition comes from . “Häst” is the Swedish word for “horse.” Traditionally, they’re little wooden horses given to children as toys. They’re almost always red, with beautiful decorations in green, yellow, white, and gold. But Dalahästs, (or Dala Horses, […]Read more "Dalahäst"
These pumpkins are so cute, and a great way to teach secondary colors, scissor skills, facial features, and emotional awareness. You need: construction paper in orange, green, purple, black, and white scissors glue yellow crayons (or construction paper crayons, even better!) To make life simpler, I cut orange and green paper into 9 1/2″ x 6″ […]Read more "Expressive Pumpkin Portraits"