It looks like flat Caleb is really getting around. I hope he enjoyed those sand sculptures as much as I enjoyed seeing them. I see him admiring the pretty praying mantis. I didn't know about Flat Stanley but I have run across Flat Fred and several others.
Almost forgot. Sandra, come back to my Calphalon giveaway and leave a comment saying that you are a follower. It will give you an extra entry.
I've never heard of this project - I love it though - when teachers let kids do something so creative.And you know what - he traveled more than I did! Lucky guy!sandie
Flat Caleb sure gets around! I think this is a fantastic assignment for a second grader!
I love the Flat Stanley idea. Tell him to mail it to me and I'll put him onto a Saguaro Cactus and send it back. :)
This is awesome! Love the pics!
I had heard of Flat Stanley and loved the idea. Flat Caleb is going to be well traveled!
Flat Caleb certainly gets around. I'm sure Caleb is going to have a wonderful report in January.
i love flat stanley. i'm sure flat caleb will have as many adventures!
What a great idea! Flat Caleb is really getting around. How lucky he is! Sounds like they have a good teacher. :)
I absolutely love Flat Stanley and Flat Stacy. Flat Stacy came to us from a grand-niece in Colorado when I still worked at the donkey rescue, so she got to meet the donkeys and all the reptiles and also visit the gift shop. Her visit here was a great success. I love the pictures above and I'm glad I stopped by. You and I visit the same blogs so I wanted to visit you here.
This is adorable. I would love to be with Flat Caleb.....taking all of those wonderful trips. Wishing Caleb great success with his interesting report.Susannah
I've seen a similar project before in the blog world, that was when I was quite new as a blogger. Took me a while at first to figure out what it was about. There was this toy elephant that appeared in all sorts of context on one blog for a while. Then, if memory serves me right, it turned up on another blog. Gradually it dawned on me that it was sent on between bloggers. The 'flat' version is probably cheaper to send on by mail, though!
I have never heard of this, but it is so cool, and I DO see the praying mantis, though it took me awhile! I think I will show Ella and see if she can find it, she likes things like this. It reminds me of that little Travelocity yard gnome on T.V. commercials!!
that is awesome!wonderful photos!
Hi Sandra, I've heard of Flat Stanley.. In fact some bloggers are passing him around (in a meme) all over the world...Sounds like Caleb will have a great report --and that Flat Caleb will be well-traveled when it's all over.Hugs,Betsy
Flat Caleb is a world traveler!
wow, Flat Caleb is having one awesome adventure. I'm surprised he isn't the least bit afraid of that praying mantis considering how large it is next to him
Love those bugs..the beach looks so inviting! Did you know Kalapana was/is a black sand beach. Great sand sculptures!
such a cute idea...may have to do that with Rooster...send him all over the world...Flat Rooster that is not the real one....
That is new to me but already I'm wondering when flat will be 3D? ha this world keeps on coming up with ways to track and follow stuff!I bet the kids in gr.2 are having fun with this. I found it entertaining.
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