Book Club--Robin Hood

Our group was big this month because siblings were on Spring Break
Our group was big this month because siblings were on Spring Break!

Friends gather at book club
"Robin Hood" hats were a quick and easy craft this month
Here's a link to how to fold them

Testing our ping pong skills
Instead of using a bow and arrow or a bow staff (like Robin Hood might have),
we showed our ping-pong bouncing skills.
Here are some ping-pong game ideas
Robin Hood themed snacks
For snacks we ate "Robin" sugar cookies,
Target cheese and crackers,
and ginger ALE served with "golden arrow" straws.


The kids took home some of Robin's gold (caramel corn)
--and were reminded to share with the poor.Robin Hoods Caramel Corn Gold
Here is a link for a good caramel corn recipe

The book we chose to read
Though there are many versions, we chose to read this one.
My kids also enjoyed this graphic novel version and this one too.
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We filled sandwich baggies with caramel corn, ran off these labels (cut off the white edges), folded them in half, and stapled them to the tops of the baggies.  249k v. 3 Apr 16, 2012, 12:53 PM E Filippi
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A website offering images of Robin Hood through the ages  Apr 16, 2012, 12:47 PM E Filippi
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Here is a website that gives descriptions to many (if not all) of the characters in the Robin Hood tales.  Apr 16, 2012, 12:45 PM E Filippi
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Here is a short history of the legend of Robin Hood, the location of Sherwood Forest, info about some Robin Hood Movies, coloring pages, and some extension ideas.  3847k v. 3 Apr 16, 2012, 12:55 PM E Filippi