Our stories for this week were:
Did you know that Waiting for the Biblioburro is based on a true story? Watch this video for more!
Here are some of the activities we had this week:
Students got to make-and-take masks. They had a choice of coloring patriotic masks or making their own design using a craft book that Mrs. Kapp found.
Do you have what it takes to assemble a nation? These kids do!
The Japanese art of paper folding. Mrs. Kapp mastered the pinwheel and duck, while I made a box and a hat! The kids mastered being creative, which is all that matters. :)
Still one of our most popular stations. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Flags of the world, and Doctor Who! (he represents all of Great Britain)
And last, but not least...
I brought some articles of clothing that I got from some of my travels, and some super hero costumes my kids got as Christmas gifts. Kids were welcome to dress up how ever they wanted. Of course, they wanted to dress up in as many different ways as possible. :)
We can't wait for week 6! The Public Library is coming and is going to bring some really cool activities!