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‘Tis the season to shine! What word or words captures feelings about the holidays?
The holidays are a time of tradition, family and friends. Share a picture book focused on holidays with students during a read aloud experience. Ask students what types of holidays they celebrate.
Students compare and contrast the class’s holiday traditions. How are the celebrations the same? How do they differ? Think about what words remind you of the holidays. Peace? Joy? Love? Choose a word that captures the feelings of the holidays for you.
Provide each student with a piece of aluminum foil to be glued onto a piece of pre-measured, recycled cardboard. Allow the glue to air dry. Draw the holiday word in block lettering on a piece of cardboard. Use scissors to cut out the word to create an ornament.
Students decorate the foil on the ornament using Crystal Effects Window Markers. The sparkle of the foil combined with the crystal-like marker effect makes a unique holiday shine. Tie on a ribbon to hang your ornament.
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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