One little frog's journey though life with Autism
What a cool idea!!! Hope you get lots of creepy crawlies!!
You are SO clever! Love the photos and the learning opportunity.
What a great project! I'm curious to see what ends up living under the pumpkin tops :).
Hi Rainbowmummy - I've already found one beautiful beatle and there are a lot of slugs around. We'll just have to see who else shows up :0)Hi Melody - I didn't really have this in mind, but it seemed such a shame to toss them on the compost heap while they were so fresh and pretty :0)Hi Krist - Me too!
I love the pumpkins/flowers idea, may have to steal that one.I like the pumpkin tops in the garden too, if you added some $1 store spider webbing it could be a great halloween decoration too!
Hi Mia,That's a great idea! Diva and I have already beeen calling it the pumpkin grave yard - (lol)
oooh!!! sneaky creapy crawlies!! awesome!!!The kids have started watching a show on Discovery Kids called Growing Up Creepie and it is all about bugs - EEEWW - but they are actually learning alot!I hope the lesson goes well.
Oooo what a cute idea! How long does it usually hold up? I live in FL and the heat usually turns the pumpkin to mush if I carve to early. Love that idea though.Kirst
Hi Krystal,We've been watching the National Geographic Really Wild Animal DVD series - lots of creepy crawlys - it will be interesting to see what Frog makes of the real thing.Hi Krist,Our pumpkins can last for a 7 to 14 days in our neck of the woods! Although Diva prefers to paint on her pumpkins rather than carve them - hers last all month!
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