I never thought I’d share a blog post featuring a pre-schooler’s creative work, but YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS. Yes, Mom helped, but that makes it that much more special. I want one!
Though this does not count as inspiration for the book, here’s a great example of a real life Katie Shaeffer. One of my preschoolers, age 5, wanted to bring something for show and tell and it could not be a toy. He and his Mom showed incredible initiative, resourcefulness and creativity to visit the beach, collect the items and then using a glue gun, put together this awesome pirate ship.
Celebrating the real Katie Shaeffers of the world and their trusty assistants who help make it all happen! Creativity can be part of your lifestyle just like Katie’s in the story.
Check out Katie Shaeffer Pancake Maker, an inspiring book for you and your child!
2 Replies to “A Real Life Katie Shaeffer”
That’s pretty incredible. I once made the Titanic with shoeboxes and toilet paper rolls. Eventually I floated it in the tub, and in time sank
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Big undertaking! But you can say your re-creation was very realistic.