part 3 is the more complicated, because it's when hansel and gretel are prisoners in the house. gretel is constantly monitored by the witch, and she is near a table where there's food, whie hansel is near a oven.
part 4, the final, underlined by the generous use of colors, is when hansel and gretel lock the witch (she's inside a huge pan) and run away with her jewels.
with all this creative activity in my home, i still have to find the right way to save all the drawings (not to mention all the additional handicraft from our tuesdays at the lab center and various projects from different playhouses).
right now, i have a big hello kitty bin in her room. she usually keeps her best or special drawings on the fridge for a week or so and then she can put them in there. but with the 9.6 million drawings coming from pre school, which she doesn't let me recycle, the bin isn't a permanent solution.
maybe i should save the extra special drawings, take a picture of them and make a photo album at the end of the year to showcase her progress. still, i don't have the heart to toss them away and it's so hard to chose. gosh! does anyone have good advice on how tossing away with impunity? it'd be much appreciated!