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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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Pre-K Lessons

Featured Artist Bulletin Board

Welcome Back students to a new exciting year in art. Each week I will choose two students to be my featured Artist their work will be displayed under the Incredible Art Hulk bulletin.  They loved the idea and are excited to see their work posted under the Hulk.  I have added an incentive and told them that their picture will also be taken with the Hulk.  They seemed to be very excited, let’s see how it goes!

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Kindergarten Lessons, Pre-K Lessons

Kandinsky Trees Gr. Kindergarten

Kindergarten

Kindergarten

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Kandinsky Trees

Kindergarten Lesson

This was a fun lesson that my Kindergartners enjoyed. They started out tracing their hand on brown paper. Then cutting it out and gluing it on to the yellow construction paper.  We then went over small, medium, and large for the circles.  Getting them to differentiate the sizes was challenging however you can modify your lesson by having them either draw small, medium, and large circles on different color paper, or you can have them start out drawing the small circle cutting it out and gluing it onto a different color construction paper.  Then have them draw a “Bigger” circle around it, cutting it out and gluing it on to a different color paper.  Then draw a “Bigger” circle around that one.  They will end up with a three circle pattern that they can now glue onto their branch.  Remember be Art Smart and have fun.

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