In Norse mythology, the Kraken is a large beast of the sea. The myth probably originates from a giant squid spotted in the waters then it was written about and there were stories relayed through song, however it has in recent years become a part of pop culture, having been featured in several major motion pictures.

K is for Kraken (1) 

After reading about the Kraken on Wikipedia, the kids and I ventured a little art project.

First we drew what we imagined a Kraken might look like with crayon.

Then we mixed a packet of blue Kool-Aide with 1/4 cup of water and 1/4 cup of dish soap to make scented bubble solution.

K is for Kraken (3)

Then we blew blue bubbles all over the crayon picture.

K is for Kraken (2)

It was a fun and easy way of cementing what we’d learned in our reading.

K is for Kraken (4)

And the use of Kool-Aide mix instead of blue food dye added a sensory element to the activity, as Kool-Aide just smells so, so yummy.


This post has been part of The ABCs of Raising Well-Rounded Geeklings series.

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