A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara
I find googly eyes very entertaining. They add a whimsical element to anything they touch.
I used them back in October for my Laura Ingalls Wilder Pumpkin.
I found one on the floor in my classroom. I set it on the bookshelf and spent the day feeling like someone was watching me.
I took it home and put it on my piano where a piano student stuck it to my metronome. It makes me smile so I will leave it there.
Recently I saw an article posted on Facebook about a person in Bulgaria who was putting googly eyes on different things around town. There is actually a name for it – “eyebombing.”
This is one of my favorite pictures. from the article.
I wonder what would happen if I carried around googly eyes and placed them on things in my town. It would definitely make me smile. Maybe I should try it.
You definitely should!
Keep a “look” out! I just might do it!
The back of the head googly is a hoot …except it might pull your hair out.
It would be worth it if the kids would believe it worked!
That is a great idea! Now I have an excuse to go buy more googly eyes! Thanks.
Yesterday was the 100th day of school and one of the pre-k students wore a shirt with 100 googly eyes! It made my day!
Attach one on the back of your head to scare students into believing that, yes, you really can see what they are up to while you have your back turned.