Science is the latest thing Trey has really gotten into. At school he’s been checking out books from the library on animals and natural disasters. More recently, he’s been really interested in the human body thanks to a really cool anatomy app we got on the iPad. Below is an anatomy illustration he did at school. There sure are lots of bones in those hands!
The next drawing is of a special glove he designed that shoots lasers.
Trey’s teacher gave them a project to work on at home. The assignment was to build a robot but they could only use existing materials. Trey decided to make a robot dog.
He got some plywood and wires from our neighbors, used an old skateboard’s wheels underneath, an empty OJ bottle as the head, a shoebox inside, a slinky as the tail, and duct all over the thing.
The kids at school loved it and Trey was very proud pulling it to school by its T1 leash.
Heidi and Trey took a walk to the park and Trey had his camera. These are a few of his favorite playground structures there.