Monday, October 17, 2011

Wrapped Up in Kindergarten

I think this is one of my NEW favorite bulletin boards for the hallway.  So cute and a glue stick mess! 

I gave the students white rectangles (measurements below).  The students had to cut the rectangle into a oval shape and "warp it" with torn white construction paper.  I used about 40 11*17 white sheets to tear up into strips. Yes...the night before I tore the strips! 
Head - 8*8
Body - 11*7
Legs - 8*3
Arm - 6*3
Mouth - 5*2.5
Eye - 2.5*2.5




  1. I was lucky enough to see this adorable bulletin board in person this past weekend. Too cute! Love it!

  2. Yeah! I got a comment!!! Even if it was from my best-E!!!!! Thank you, Amber

  3. I followed a pinterest pin back to your blog for monster glyphs but can't seem to find it anywhere? Can you help? Love your site!


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