The theme was March coming in like a lion and going out like a lamb, so Chago chose to do his report on a lion. Saia chose the lamb. Their basic requirements were to develop a cover page, answer a few general questions, do a little research and come up with at least two unusual facts about each. They'll be presenting their reports to their class and to the third grade class sometime this week.
Presenting, people! At 5 years old! I can't be the only one who thinks this is crazy.
But, naturally, we went overboard. Yes, WE -- the royal we. Hey, I don't have a job right now. What do you THINK I'm gonna be doing if not doting on my children and pageant-momming their every single project?! Do you not know me at all???
So, they worked really hard all last week to find 10 interesting facts each. Yes, I know the teacher asked for two. But ten is a nice round number, too. Shut up.
Then they took each of their facts and annotated them to fit them onto their posters. His under fact wheels. Hers under numbered sticky notes.