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  • Tamara Black

    Our classroom bullitin board. Each month we create a themed board that the kids help create. This one is for November; corn made with construction paper and popped corn and tissue paper; turkeys made with paper, paint, and cotton balls; a tree made from brown paper bag and paint, scare crows 1) made with const. Paper 2) made from black plastic cups; a moon made from egg carton, paint and glitter. The kids made the boarder chain as well

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Our winter wonderland class bullitin board made 95% by students in our special needs classroom! Boarder: paper chain links; tree: old egg cartons, painted and glittered, Cheerios garland, math manipulatives for lights, pipe cleaner candy canes; star: card stock, tissue paper, food coloring, corn syrup; snow/ice rink: tissue paper and Saran Wrap over the ice to make shiny; snow flakes: craft sticks and glitter; penguins: paper shapes, pipe cleaner for skates, cotton balls for Santa hats. Presents: cardboard lunch trays and wrapping paper. Our kids r amazing, ms lacy is very creative

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