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Children write or draw their goals for the new school year and decorate the banners. You string them up and hang them around the classroom. They serve as a great reminder for students, too! There are two different banners included. Banner two has a kindergarten, first, and second grade version.

Back to School Goal Banners for the Growth Mindset K-8

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This engaging, differentiated Thanksgiving project will have your kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth or fifth grade students exercising their narrative writing skills as well as their fine motor muscles and visual/perceptual skills. All this as the children cut, assemble, and glue a turkey; and then write about what they’ll be doing on Thanksgiving! This resource has multiple levels for writing and is flexible enough for any grade, K-5. Perfect to decorate a classroom. Click for…

Thanksgiving Writing Craftivity: Cut & Glue a Turkey; Narrative Writing

How to Make a Chocolate Portrait - i think this is pretty cool. pretty sure i couldn't actually do it.

Make a Chocolate Portrait

How to Make a Chocolate Portrait. A love of art can be combined with a love of chocolate to create a striking, whimsical and delicious portrait. With just a photograph, a computer, and a few shades of chocolate, you can depict a person's.

I am going to use this as a writing piece for the end of the year.  Maybe poetry... I will have the kids write about where their feet will take them in life - think about "oh the places you'll go" (Dr. Seuss) Love!!

Point of view/perspective art. Students could draw pics of their faves on the shoes for a get to know you/back to school art project.

This engaging, differentiated Thanksgiving project will have your kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth or fifth grade students exercising their narrative writing skills as well as their fine motor muscles and visual/perceptual skills. All this as the children cut, assemble, and glue a turkey; and then write about what they’ll be doing on Thanksgiving! This resource has multiple levels for writing and is flexible enough for any grade, K-5. Perfect to decorate a classroom. Click for…

Thanksgiving Writing Craftivity: Cut & Glue a Turkey; Narrative Writing

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