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Michele Noseda

Michele Noseda

We read, The Boy Who Drew Birds and both the kids and I loved the book. 3rd graders drew birds using pencil and then outlined their drawings with sharpie. Watercolors were used to add color. I inherited a great set of rubber leaf stamps and students printed a background using green tints.

We read, The Boy Who Drew Birds and both the kids and I loved the book. 3rd graders drew birds using pencil and then outlined their drawings with sharpie. Watercolors were used to add color. I inherited a great set of rubber leaf stamps and students printed a background using green tints.

Tis could be a really neat clay slab project if u found those inexpensive clock hands and per cut the holes for them. Even just abstract with a circle in the center to represent a clock face.

Tis could be a really neat clay slab project if u found those inexpensive clock hands and per cut the holes for them. Even just abstract with a circle in the center to represent a clock face.

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