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A Project a Day: Crafting our way through the alphabet
My students need arts and crafts supplies and a camera to complete numerous fun and exciting projects and activities.
Color, cut, and glue that's what we love to do!! The only problem is that we are running out of supplies.
I am a traveling teacher working between two elementary buildings in Wisconsin.
I have 24, 4 and 5 year-old children. They are wonderful, active, inquisitive little ones. They love to craft and create! Much of their learning revolves around movement and imagination.
Glue, paint, paper, markers, stampers, play-doh, camera, and an assortment of various other arts and craft supplies will provide these young artists with ample opportunities to learn and grow. String can be used for hair, and rivers, and treasure maps. Markers can create letters, numbers, shapes, designs, and first attempts at writing love letters to mommies and daddies. Play-doh creates a world of opportunities through twisting and turning, and stamping and rolling. Learning opportunities are endless when creative minds and resources are present.
Children ages 4 and 5 adore school!
They love each and every part of the day, making new friends, cutting and coloring, and packing their backpack and taking their treasures home to share. Please help me to foster this love through the use of creation and imagination. The various supplies purchased will provide daily projects and learning activities for the 24 children in my Pre-K classes.
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