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"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!

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Cursive Calaveras

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...

instructions in Spanish, but I think chalk on black construction paper with white crayon or maybe chalk marker outline. Cute project..

Skeleton craft project made with spelling out kids name for the bones. fold white paper in half to start this project. They wrote their name and cut it out doubled. This formed the body of the skeleton. Then they added the head, arms and legs. The pieces were mounted on black construction paper.

These where made by my 2nd grade class. An art idea I came up with inspired by a Christmas card I saw. Have the students draw stripes on their paper from side to side. Then fold paper in half the long ways. Make 2 cuts. One all the way up one side. The other all the way up the other side. The 2 pieces in the middle are your legs. Add elf feet and your done. I printed one elf foot and folded the paper over. One staple outside of the elf foot will hold paper in place. Then when they cut the…