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Imagine what it is like to be a pet. What might animals tell us if they could share their feelings?
Share a read aloud story with the class that focuses on animals doing things that they would normally not do, such as speaking. Ask students to imagine what their favorite animals might say to them, if they could speak. Would they be happy to see you? Would they ask questions or tell you a story? What might it be thinking?
In preparation for creating talking animal scenes, students cover their work area with recycled newspaper. Distribute white paper and Crayola® Ultra-Clean Markers to be used in drawing animal scenes. Provide time for students to sketch their unique scenes. Encourage them to blend markers with a wet Crayola Paintbrush for a watercolor effect.
Use markers and Crayola Crayons on top of the dry watercolor effect to draw strands of fur or to represent skin.
Students use a marker to draw a thought bubble above the animal's head. In the bubble, write the words the animal would say, if it could. Assist students with spelling as needed.
Provide time in the school day for students to present their artwork to classmates.
Create a 3-D braille chart simply with Crayola® School Glue, Markers and paper.
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