Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Wishy-Washy Art, Christmas Art, & Gingerbread Giveaway Reminder


Here is an art activity we did this week to go along with Mrs. Wishy-Washy's Christmas.

...and a class book that's become a fast favourite


Mitten Cards
These activities were led by a parent volunteer/former teacher. At one station, students made a Christmas card using mini clothespins, folded stock paper, elasticized string, and a mitten template.

Students coloured the mittens, cut them out, and pinned them onto the "clothesline".

'Stained Glass' Painting
At another station, students used different coloured paint in each section of a picture to emulate stained glass.

Christmas Tree Card

Students received a piece of scrapbook paper with this template on the back:


They cut out the strips and glued them onto folded cardstock, leaving a little space between each strip.

Don't forget to enter my Gingerbread Man giveaway. It ends on Friday!
Just join my blog and leave a comment that you are a new follower (or let me know that you already are following). If you have a blog & post about my giveaway on your blog, I'll enter your name twice!
Good luck!


Miss W said...

I love your card ideas! Very cute and fun, I will have to remember them for next year.

✪ Miss W

Miss W Teaches

Rachel said...


Barbara said...

Wow! I love all the stuff you've been doing.
Grade ONEderful

Miss Benson said...
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Miss Benson said...

I just started following! I love the stained glass art, do you happen to have an electronic copy of the blackline?

The Littlest Scholars

cherib said...

I'm brand new, tooo, and LOVE what I am seeing here!! I neeed January/snow ideas sooooon...I've been out in cyber land searching and searching.

Thanks for blogging!!

Delighted said...

I am a new follow! Love your blog!

First Grade Delight

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