Category archives: Paper

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 ..

 

 

Birds of a Feather!!!0

Students really enjoyed creating their little birds. We received only the feathers and foam shapes and we instantly thought of birds. The kids loved the feathers and creating their own masterpiece. We listened to music which made the project really enjoyable. I played music from the Rio soundtrack a ..

 

 

 

B is for bird!0

The students made a bird for the letter B. They used a bird stencil, feathers, glue, and a googly eye. The students in our Hope class are the youngest so they worked in small groups with their teacher to complete the project. They loved getting to touch and glue the feathers. The project turned ou ..

 

 

 

 

Mother's Day Flowers0

We made our Mother's Day cards with tissue paper flowers. For this activity, you'll need construction paper (for the background, the vase, and green for the leaves), assorted colors of tissue paper, a green colored pencil and glue. My assistant teacher had everything cut out the night before, and th ..