Emma Speller
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Elmer the Elephant Window/Wall Display: Black butcher paper cut into a large elephant shape, cut it into as many pieces you need (1 per student), students cut only leaving a 1 inch edge, glue onto was paper, students decorate their piece how ever they wish using tissue paper. Connect pieces back together. A great beginning of the year activity (symbolizing uniqueness).

Elmer the Elephant Window/Wall Display: Black butcher paper cut into a large elephant shape, cut it into as many pieces you need (1 per student), students cut only leaving a 1 inch edge, glue onto was paper, students decorate their piece how ever they wish using tissue paper. Connect pieces back together. A great beginning of the year activity (symbolizing uniqueness).

for kinders:  based on Matisse's collage, "Escargot," the kids created their own snails using tissue and watered down glue.

for kinders: based on Matisse's collage, "Escargot," the kids created their own snails using tissue and watered down glue.

Writing Prompt: One day you find this tiny door at a corner of your bedroom. What do you do? Who uses that door? Where does the door lead?

Writing Prompt: One day you find this tiny door at a corner of your bedroom. What do you do? Who uses that door? Where does the door lead?