At Noblesville Methodist Preschool & PDO in Noblesville, Indiana they did a gorgeous turkey-themed craft where they declared how they were, “Thankful for Our Teachers!” To do this craft each person made a paper feather for a big turkey and wrote what they were thankful for.
With Thanksgiving approaching a lot of turkeys might want to wear disguises to stay safe. With that in mind, the students at Rollins Place Elementary School in Zachary, Louisiana did a fun craft that involved helping disguise turkeys! Now there are no Turkeys at Rollins Place…nope, not a single one!
Everyone loves to look-up to the sky and search the cloud for signs of snow. With that in mind, in the first grade class at Gladys Wood Elementary, in Anchorage, Alaska they did this beautiful art project where they made snowpeople (snowmen and snowwomen). As you can see in the pictures of the craft, the snowpeople are looking-up to the sky!
At St. Bonaventure Catholic School in Huntington Beach, California, the 3rd-grade students discussed influential people in history–Americans and more!Read More »3rd Grade Year-End Project Focuses on Influential People in History
New Albany Primary School did a number of Veteran’s Day-related crafts to get ready to welcome and honor all the Veterans coming to their school for the holiday. They wanted to make sure the Veterans knew that they were appreciated for their service. Here are some of the crafts everyone made!
One thing that often happens in the Fall (and in the Spring) are elections. People go and vote on a lot of different things and at Little Leaders Learning Center in Miller Place, New York, they decided to hold elections of their own!
Keith Haring is an artist who was well-known for his incredible and kinetic paintings. His pop-art and graffiti-styled works often featured dancing figures of bright color.