"Name Skeletons" Look closely:  students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body.  They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! - What a fun idea!

"Name Skeletons" Look closely: students folded white paper in half, wrote their names in cursive, and cut out around their names - this formed the body. They added the head, arms,and legs then mounted their "name skeletons" on black construction paper! - What a fun idea!

My third graders are learning to write cursive and I thought this project would be absolutely perfect to go along with their new writing skills. This is my example, step by step and I'll be sharing...

My third graders are learning to write cursive and I thought this project would be absolutely perfect to go along with their new writing skills. This is my example, step by step and I'll be sharing...

Night Creatures Craft and Booklist: This would be great with a nonfiction writing piece   Could use green construction paper or green dollar store moss for the bottom for a Halloween scene to go with a Halloween story, Halloween song or Halloween writing assignment.

Night Creatures Craft and Booklist: This would be great with a nonfiction writing piece Could use green construction paper or green dollar store moss for the bottom for a Halloween scene to go with a Halloween story, Halloween song or Halloween writing assignment.

Snowmen looking up would make a cute poster.  This could be a great christmas or winter project for pre-k kids to hone their cutting skills since they need to have various types of shapes to complete the project.

Snowmen looking up would make a cute poster. This could be a great christmas or winter project for pre-k kids to hone their cutting skills since they need to have various types of shapes to complete the project.

How much would a little kid in your life love a jetpack? If the answer is a lot, then you must head immediately to Doodlecraft and take a look at this post on how to make one

How much would a little kid in your life love a jetpack? If the answer is a lot, then you must head immediately to Doodlecraft and take a look at this post on how to make one

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