We finished it after a very long break during which Turbo Bug was born. This meant that we got to enjoy our body outlines hanging on the wall for a very long time!
The very last thing they did was add the faces. Jitterbug forgot to add hair until after it was already hanging up.
Love the triangle nose!
Skeeterbug wanted green hair on his. And lots of teeth, apparently! He did one of these when he was six or so, it would be fun to compare it to the new one. I’ll have to do some digging to see if I still have it.
Ladybug especially enjoyed colouring everything in multiple colours. She was insistent on putting stickers on the face.
One thing with these organ cut-outs, I found that if the kids used textas (markers) to do their colouring-in the paper would eventually curl up quite a bit. I had to reinforce some of them by gluing them onto another piece of paper to make them thicker. This didn’t happen when they used coloured pencils.
All in all it was fun, we especially enjoyed our Let’s Read and Find Out science books! We also loved this SomeBody game that I got from Rainbow Resource. It’s got peel-and-stick body parts, a big hit with the kids.