Category archives: Circletime

 

Be Different!0

First we began by reading "It's Okay to Be Different" by Todd Parr.  We had circles, squares, and rectangles cut out in different colors.  The students used those cut out to create themselves.  They used feathers for hair and smaller foam shapes for their features.  After we discussed the similariti ..

 

 

Open - Ended Creativity 1

I made the art/craft materials available for the children. The children were given large pieces of paper, glue, popsicle sticks, wooden cutouts, yarn, ribbon, wood shaped letters, and shapes. I encouraged the children use their own imaginations, and creativity to create their projects.  I added to t ..