I did some directed drawing for art last week that you might like to do if you still have school this week. Here's the pics.
How cute is that guy!!!???? He is done with black ink and a chalk stain. If you haven't done a chalk stain here's how: Don't let the piece of chalk touch the art. Use a scrap piece of paper and rub the chalk on it to make dust. Wrap a tissue around your finger and dip it in the dust. Rub the color onto the picture to stain. First graders are AMAZED! He look great matted on black:-) Here's a little peek at how the display looks with some of the little guys and a big scarecrow pal. The display is out in the hall and I keep hearing peeps say they make them smile. Awwww! That makes me smile!
This is a super easy one to do just using crayons. Some years I get out the colored pencils and that's always a treat:-)
Moving right along.....
Have your read the book "Who Will Carve the Thanksgiving Turkey" by Jerry Pallotta and David Biedrzycki? Totally cute book:-) After reading it my kiddos wrote their own ideas about who could carve the turkey at their house. Check these out!
Super animals and dogs carving turkeys! How cute
And even more fun was had last week! We dove into my popcorn unit (available at my tpt store of course). Favorite activity was popcorn tasting! We tasted four kinds of popcorn and then interviewed 12 classmates to see what their favorites were. Here's a sample of the tally chart, bar graph, and data sheet.
We also did a fuuuuun rhyming activity. Lots of my little struggling readers are still lost when it comes to rhyming. After doing the activity, we made these fabulous popcorn boxes with rhyming words. It was another fan favorite!
Stop by my tpt store and check out the popcorn unit. It works well in October, which is National Popcorn Month, or I like to use it the week before Thanksgiving. "The Popcorn Book" by Tomie dePaola is a great read aloud! I also like "The Popcorn Shop" by Alice Low.
OMG! I need to stop talking and let you move on;-) Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!