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How “The Grinch” Stole Christmas!

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Hallway Painting I did with a quote from the movie.

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My Classroom Door

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Cindy Lou looking for Santa

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“Grinch Party” Who Hash which was just popcorn with green food coloring, my students loved it.

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Grinch Punch!

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Grinch Pills!

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Table set up, the bowl is from The Dollar store, I just drew The Grinch with a Sharpie and painted in the eyes.

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Sign which leads my students to The Grinch, they have to follow the footsteps around the school, which leads to my Classroom

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My students working on their Grinches!

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My Grinchy Students Working!

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Me & one of my students, he is doing his Grinch Face.

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Merry GrinchMas!!!

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My “Whoville” creation!!

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WANTED Sign! Displayed in hallway, on your way to “Whoville”!!

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Bulletin Boards

Tar Beach

For Black History month in February I teach my students about the African American artist Faith Ringgold and her style of art, which was Quilting.  My favorite story to do is Tar Beach.  I have my students imagine that they can fly, and ask them to draw themselves flying over their favorite place with their favorite person.  they then write a story behind their picture around the frame.  We then add lots of fabric to frame their story and place them altogether to design our very own class quilt.  Here is a picture of my door.  I like to always motivate them with a door design theme.Tar Beach Door

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My Art Classroom

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Bulletin Boards

My Art Class

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