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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Thanksgiving Projects Post # 2!

Here are more projects that my students love!
We will make a collage using two pilgrims (woman and man) projects and two Native-Americans (woman and man) projects.




Children used construction paper, paper plates, glue.
For each of them, they will complete a writing prompt "If I were a _____ (pilgrim, Native-American) I would…."
For journaling, children will illustrate and label their pics. The subject will be: "What I learned from _______(pilgrims, Native-Americans).
Native-American man and woman!


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Also, we made necklaces using colorful penne pasta. I painted the pasta using food coloring and mixed it all in a Ziploc bag. I let it dry overnight before the children used it.

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