Sunday, November 9, 2014

Native American Craftivity

Wow! I haven't posted in awhile. School and life have finally slowed down. I don't know about all of you, but the first couple months always seem so hectic. I don't know if it's just trying to get my Kinders into the routine of things. This year has definitely  been one of the more challenging years for me and I have been at this for 10 years. Well, I can't believe that it is already November. Does anyone else feel this way?

This is one of my favorite times of the year. I LOVE the holiday traditions that happen over the next few months. We have started learning about Thanksgiving this past week in our class. This past week, we learned about Native Americans. Many of my students didn't know what a Native American was this year, which I was shocked. At least in the past, they knew a little bit about Native Americans. So, we learned a lot this past week. I wanted to share with you our super cute Native American craftivity that we made. 

(I don't know why one is crying. LOL)

I love how cute these came out. My boys and girls had so much fun making these. They enjoyed being able to create their own pattern on the headbands. Many of my students have come a long way with their fine motor skills. By doing these craftivities, my students have improved on their scissor skills and tracing skills. You can get the patterns to make these cute Native Americans by clicking here

I hope ya'll are enjoying the rest of your weekend. It's raining here, so I am off to play with my little darling (who now wants to make one of here own...hehe) and some things around the house. 

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