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Point of View Craftivity: 1st Person & 3rd Person POV

Students identifying FIRST PERSON and THIRD PERSON point of view in a memorable way! Students begin by reading six short passages and identifying which point of view the author used in each story. Makes a great bulletin board!


Display case for an elementary school based on the Gandhi quote, "be the change you want to see in the world." -Sue


What a great to decorate a school hallway! There aren't any murals here but there's lots of fun! 7 different bright and bold colors all connected with white lines like a comic strip! The kids love it and it's easy enough to do in a playroom, basement, day care or other large area. You'll definitely want a large area to work in ... or at least some sunglasses!


Inspiration in a box class project. A person commenting on the blog suggested putting "plastic sleeves on the box faces then put the pages inside them so that the items being displayed could be changed..." Great idea!

from Mamabee

The Boring High School Hallway Was Transformed in PURE ART by Few Mississippi Teachers

A bunch of Biloxi, Mississippi lockers got a much needed makeover when a group of teachers decided to take paint and brushes to transform the old school hallway