Prayer Glow. I wanted to let my class do most of the work so I made a few changes. While our handprints were drying, we cut paper for the grass. We added some colorful punched flowers and WOW! GORGEOUS! (Note: I added the draping to cross with purple glitter glue.) This was truly a hit with our parents.
Since I knew we would not be in school on Friday, we did our science experiment on Monday. We dropped a raw egg in vinegar and left it overnight.
If you have never done this experiment I beg you to try it. I won't ruin it by telling you the results, but it is AMAZING!
On Tuesday we decided to have a little fun with tissue paper and Easter eggs! I gave each child an outline of an Easter egg and a cross laid out on a piece of contact paper. We carefully picked out our favorite colors of tissue paper and put them in the center of the Easter egg.
Then we covered it with another piece of contact paper and squished it down!
I introduced a new game to my classroom this week too. Part of the reason for our big remodeling project came about because my sweet husband bought a new toy.
He loves and I loved the fact that he is very happy AND this big TV came in a BIG box! You know what that means . . . free entertainment for my classroom! Check out our newest game.
We were out of school for Good Friday and our BIG spring concert was held on Thursday so that meant Wednesday was our SUPER FUN DAY! I used the rest of the TV box to do a LARGE class project. I quickly drew a simple sketch of the three crosses on a mountain and let my class have fun!
And if you start to wonder how much of it I DID . . . I'll go ahead and tell you . . . I just drew it, they did the rest themselves! This is being saved for our Art Show.
Again, I'm sorry to be so late with my post. The "real world" has gotten in the way. Hopefully, I will be caught up soon! Thanks for visiting.