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Students create idea webs about their classmates. Figure out who webbed whom!
Students each have a dry-erase board and divide into small groups. Each student creates an idea web about each other with Crayola Dry-Erase Markers. Each group decides on a color coding system. For example, ideas written in red could represent favorite foods. Choose one category for each color of marker.
Give students 15 minutes to create a web about one person in the group. Choose which person will be webbed first. Think of words that fit the categories to describe the person. Draw them secretly on the boards!
At the end of the time, set out all the boards for everyone to look at. Who are the webs about? Cut slips of paper with Crayola Scissors. With Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils, students write the names on slips of paper. Place the "votes" in front of the web that best describes this person.
Students tally the choices and analyze the results. What descriptions were unmistakable? Which ones could have been several people? Which ones were misleading? Why? Ask students what they learned about their friends?
Display the 7 principles of Kwanzaa in a one-of-a-kind accordion window book.
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