Butterfly now attends a wood working workshop once a month at our local hardware store. I am so glad she gets a chance to build with tools and wood!
Recently she made a wooden money bank house.
Butterfly sports her own work apron,
When the house was dry, I gave Butterfly some coins to put into her new bank!
While at the hardware store, we picked up more tool materials for play, like this paint roller and pan.
Butterfly went around the house "painting" all surfaces, she was quite a busy bee! :)
We also picked up different sized nuts and bolts.
Butterfly had to find the right sized nut for each bolt.
Using her fine motor skills, Butterfly spun the nut to the top of the bolt and unscrewed them all afterwards.
I also decided to set up a hammering centre to have her practise the skill more. I brought out my styrofoam ring that I had used for our Cake Pops and put it in a tupperware lid, with a package of golf tees and a small hammer.
Butterfly got to work!
I love the fact that Butterfly is learning new skills and now Butterfly is also in Karate!
Here are a couple of photos of her warming up with her black belt Sensei Daddy. Her Daddy is so proud to now teach his baby his passion!
Now she's bugging me to try violin for music lessons... right after Mama joins a class too- "How to Grow a Money Tree"! heehee.
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