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Animals are hiding everywhere! Can you "see" the animals in the rhymes?
Ask students if they are familiar with any nursery rhymes. As students name rhymes, use Crayola Dry Erase Markers to list the rhymes on a classroom white board or write the names on a piece of easel paper. Challenge students to identify the rhymes that are about animals.
Have copies of well-known nursery rhymes available for choral reading. Most are available online.
After the choral reading exercise, ask students to identify the animals in each of the rhymes. Make a list of the animals on the white board.
Invite students to replicate one of the animals in the rhymes. Using Crayola Model Magic, demonstrate sculpting techniques such as roll, pound, add, pull, coil, and/ or mold. Allow students time to create their selected animals. Dry overnight.
Students will painting their animals using Crayola Washable Kid's Paint and Brushes. Have children cover their work area with newspaper. Provide paint and brushes for each student. After students are finished painting, all the animals to dry overnight.
Provide time in the school day for students to share their animals with classmates and identify the rhyme each is connected to.
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