End of the year means end of the year projects. Which means a whole lot of time going into those projects. The entire kindergarten makes cardboard cars and takes them to the Drive-in movie at school. We did the same project for Hallie and I was kicking myself for not keeping it and having Hunter repaint it.

My next thought was to build a car out of wood so I can use it for the next kids – but I couldn’t figure out how to make it light enough that he could carry it on his own.

Hunter and I went to Home Depot to pick up some supplies. It was a Saturday and I was wondering how I was going to fit everything in. When I got home Steve was willing and ready to go. I’ve become so accustomed to doing everything without him, so to have him home on a Saturday and having the time to help was totally foreign. I let those two go at it and I’m so glad I did. I often get to help with school projects but Steve doesn’t and he actually quite enjoys it.

They decided on a rocket as opposed to a car. Rockets go faster and they have more buttons than cars do.
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship
Hunter painted the whole thing by himself, including the USA on the top.
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship
He was pretty proud of the control panel. He explained what each button did – he really thought it through!
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship
Life with Fingerprints: Kindergarten Drive-in, cardboard car, cardboard rocket ship

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